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The new 477,000-square-foot pavilion is expected to cost $567 million and to be completed by December 2022, two years later than initially estimated.

MedStar Georgetown Construction to Begin January 2018

Construction on a new medical/surgical pavilion and helipad at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital will begin in January 2018, in accordance with the 2017-2036 Campus Plan. The new 477,000-square-foot pavilion is expected to cost $567 million and to be completed by December 2022, two years later than initially estimated. The project[Read More…]

by November 8, 2017 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top
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The Georgetown Community Partnership released a draft of the 2017-2036 Campus Plan on June 6.

GCP Releases Draft Campus Plan

The 2017-2036 Campus Plan will prioritize upperclassman student housing renovations, as well as athletic and academic facilities, according to a draft of the plan released by the Georgetown Community Partnership on June 6. The draft also outlines plans for an expansion of the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital to include a[Read More…]

by June 14, 2016 3 comments Campus News, News, News - Top
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The Georgetown Community Partnership plans to announce the 2017-37 Campus Plan framework in early June.

Campus Plan Framework to Be Announced

Student leaders and university administrators in the Georgetown Community Partnership expect to announce the 2017 Campus Plan’s framework — which will include plans to prioritize student housing renovations — for public consultation in early June. The draft plan is set to be submitted to the Office of Zoning by July[Read More…]

by May 20, 2016 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top
COURTESY GEORGETOWN EXXON
The Georgetown Community Partnership released a draft of the 2017-2036 Campus Plan on June 6.

GCP Postpones Campus Plan Draft Deadline to July 1

The Georgetown Community Partnership Steering Committee postponed its deadline to submit a draft of the 2018 Campus Plan to the Washington, D.C. Office of Zoning to July 1 — two months later than its original goal of April 22 — due to unresolved negotiations regarding MedStar and campus housing. The[Read More…]

by April 26, 2016 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top
Vehicle of Erratic Policing

Vehicle of Erratic Policing

Students who live off campus have had enough. Enough of Student Neighborhood Assistance Program intervention in the smallest of social gatherings. Enough of draconian responses to open trash can lids. Enough of arbitrary punishments often compounded by so-called “tone policing.” Although part of an off-campus community, students are not held[Read More…]

by November 6, 2015 1 comment Editorial, Opinion, Opinion - Top

Students Appointed to Georgetown Community Partnership Steering Committee

In a progressive move for student-neighborhood relations, Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners Kendyl Clausen (SFS ’16) and Reed Howard (SFS ’17) were unanimously appointed additional student representatives to the Georgetown Community Partnership Steering Committee on July 10. Prior to their appointment, only one undergraduate, the sitting Georgetown University Student Association president, served[Read More…]

by July 23, 2015 0 comments City News, News, News - Top
Engaging the Wrong Community

Engaging the Wrong Community

The number of complaints we’ve heard about Counseling and Psychiatric Services is unacceptable. With mental health at the forefront of national dialogue, it is no wonder that students have penned op-ed after op-ed after op-ed decrying what they perceive as CAPS’ failure to provide adequate treatment. While we urgently need to improve CAPS (and student government is trying),[Read More…]

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The blocked Reiss Pathway was one of many consequences of campus construction.

Before 2018 Plan, Construction Crowds Campus

Drilling and hammering sounds became background noise to students this past academic year. Multiple construction projects — many still in progress — yielded the opening of new buildings and the closing of familiar spots on campus, much to the dismay of students who claimed that the planning of these projects[Read More…]

by April 24, 2015 1 comment Year in Review 2014-2015
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“Let’s Not Get Screwed Again” follows in the footsteps of advocacy efforts like September 2013’s “One Georgetown, One Campus.”

Petition Calls for Input on 2018 Campus Plan

The Georgetown University Student Association Campus Plan Subcommittee and the current and incoming GUSA administration released a website and online petition calling for greater representation of student priorities in the upcoming deliberations of the 2018 Campus Plan on Wednesday night. The petition, entitled “Let’s Not Get Screwed Again,” is comprised[Read More…]

by March 20, 2015 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top
GCP Makes Progress With Neighbors

GCP Makes Progress With Neighbors

Over the last semester, administrators and neighbors alike have noticed lessening tensions between the two groups, with many crediting the Georgetown Community Partnership for channeling frustration into a productive setting. “We ask the neighbors [if they see a change] periodically, and the answer is becoming more and more ‘yes,’” Advisory[Read More…]

by January 28, 2014 0 comments City News, News