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Roamer has connected more than 2,000 graduate students looking for furnished housing to other graduate students looking to sublet.

Q&A: Startup Connects Grad Students to Apartments

Alexander Galicki (LAW ’16) and Kentaro Murase (LAW ’16) joined the start-up game in August 2014 when they created Roamer, an apartment rental app that tailors specifically to graduate students looking to sublet apartments. Roamer currently hosts more than 2,000 users. The Hoya got in touch with Galicki to hear[Read More…]

by September 11, 2015 0 comments Business, Business - Top

Grad Students Seek Space

For graduate students looking for study space dedicated for them on the Hilltop, many find their options limited solely to the undergraduate-packed Lauinger Library. Although the graduate student population of 8,226 students at Georgetown outnumbers the university’s 7,092 undergraduates, there is a scarcity of on-campus spaces reserved for graduate students.[Read More…]

by March 25, 2014 0 comments Campus News, News
Grad Students Suffer Pay Delays

Grad Students Suffer Pay Delays

Graduate students employed by the university have spoken out in an effort to pressure the administration into fixing systemic problems with timely payment. According to Sheila McMullan, associate dean for administration and finance, students first began to voice concern over pay delays for stipened work after the transition to a[Read More…]

by November 8, 2013 0 comments City News, News