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ILLUSTRATIONS BY EMILY SHAMBAUGH/THE HOYA | Students ranked sexual assault policy as the most important issue in today's election in a Wednesday night poll by The Hoya.

Students Set to Vote for President Amid Declining Trust in GUSA

As Georgetown University Student Association executive candidates seek to make their platforms relevant to students, trust in student government remains low, raising fears of low voter turnout. Of the respondents, 2 percent rated their current trust in GUSA as strong, while 38.9 percent listed their trust in GUSA as weak,[Read More…]

Race to the Finish: 2019 GUSA Executive Election

Race to the Finish: 2019 GUSA Executive Election

Students Set to Vote for President Amid Declining Trust in GUSA By Deepika Jonnalagadda Feb. 8, 2019 As Georgetown University Student Association executive candidates seek to make their platforms relevant to students, trust in student government remains low, raising fears of low voter turnout. Of the respondents, 2 percent rated[Read More…]

AMBER GILLETTE/THE HOYA | In her campaign, Nicki Gray (NHS '20) plans to emphasize enhanced support for survivors of interpersonal violence.

Gray Sets Precedent as Solo Candidate

Nemazi, Wolfe Hope to ‘Run for All’

Nemazi, Wolfe Hope to ‘Run for All’

AMBER GILLETTE/THE HOYA | Sam Appel (COL '20), right, resigned from the GUSA senate and stepped down from the executive race Monday night. His former running mate Nicki Gray (NHS '20) announced she is continuing her run for GUSA president alone Tuesday evening.

Appel Exits GUSA Senate, Drops Exec Bid; Gray to Run Alone

Sam Appel (COL ’20) resigned from the Georgetown University Student Association senate and stepped down from his bid for GUSA vice president on a ticket with Nicki Gray (NHS ’20) on Monday evening. Gray plans to continue her run for GUSA president without a running mate. Gray is permitted to[Read More…]

Ticket Profile: Sara Margolis & Ryan Shymansky

Ticket Profile: Sara Margolis & Ryan Shymansky

Two days before going home for Thanksgiving break, Ryan Shymansky (COL ’16) got a text. Sara Margolis (COL ’16), the Georgetown University Student Association Secretary of Transfer Affairs, wanted meet concerning something related to GUSA. Shymansky thought he would grab coffee with Margolis at Saxby’s, probably talk about a potential[Read More…]

by February 17, 2015 1 comment Campus News, News, News - Top
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GUSA Presidential Hopefuls Clash in Heated Debate

The five presidential candidates in the Georgetown University Student Association executive race participated in a heated debate Monday evening in the Healey Family Student Center. The debate featured presidential candidates Chris Wadibia (COL ’16), Abbey McNaughton (COL ’16), Tim Rosenberger (COL ’16), Sara Margolis (COL ’16) and Joe Luther (COL[Read More…]

by February 17, 2015 16 comments Campus News, News, News - Top

Malkerson-Cleary Campaign Posters Vandalized

The American flag comprised of Malkerson-Cleary campaign flyers on the Red Square wind tunnel wall was defaced early Saturday morning. The words “U.S. WANTED FOR MURDER!” were spray-painted on the sign’s lower half, and another Malkerson-Cleary campaign banner hanging on the Intercultural Center was torn down. “It’s not in the spirit of the[Read More…]

by February 17, 2012 0 comments Campus News, News

Vote by Vote, Campaigns Wrap Up

Hillary Dang (SFS ’12) and Katie Balloch (COL ’12) walked between the treadmills and stationary bicycles in Yates Field House to distribute bottles of Gatorade, while Matt Wagner (SFS ’11) and Emmanuel Hampton (COL ’11) knocked on every door of all the freshman dorms on campus, and then some. Calen[Read More…]

by February 23, 2010 0 comments Campus News, News

Round Two: Angert-Kluger for GUSA

Who do you choose in a battle between experience and fresh thinking? This year’s Georgetown University Student Association presidential election pits achievement against untested but impressive enthusiasm. The ambitious goals put forth in the campaigns have upped the ante when it comes to improving student life. Each of the four[Read More…]

by February 19, 2010 0 comments Opinion