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MONTGOMERY: Campus Engagement Drives Personal Growth

MONTGOMERY: Campus Engagement Drives Personal Growth

While everyone has a different path, the Georgetown University experience offers much to those willing to engage with extracurricular activities. Whether through organizations, campaigns or social groups, Georgetown provides myriad opportunities for students to act on their interests and find those with similar priorities. A variety of these on-campus extracurriculars[Read More…]

by May 18, 2018 0 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top

Bring the Board to Students’ Level

The Georgetown University board of directors consists of extraordinarily influential and accomplished figures in various fields and accords. This 38-person group has the final say on any significant decision made for the Georgetown University community — from tuition, to the campus plan, to whether our endowment should be divested from[Read More…]

Vote Yes to Divest

Vote Yes to Divest

For too long, Georgetown University — and the vast majority of its peers — has invested in fossil fuels. For too long, these investments have given financial support to companies that significantly contribute to a rapidly changing climate. For too long, these investments have disproportionately affected minority groups and impoverished nations.[Read More…]

by November 6, 2015 2 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top

Working for a Greener University Party

The average student does not associate a red Solo cup with much more than drinking. The year’s first ever Georgetown Day cup seeks to change that. It’s time to make recycling fun. The Georgetown University Student Association senate has partnered with Students of Georgetown, Inc., and Georgetown Day Planning Committee[Read More…]

by April 16, 2015 1 comment Opinion, Opinion - Top