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Housing construction and policy dominated this year’s headlines, with students and alumni passionate about maintaining Georgetown’s architectural spirit in future designs.

Among Campus Issues, Housing Hits Home

      Last summer, administrators ran into an unexpected roadblock after releasing designs for the Northeast Triangle Residence Hall: impassioned alumni and student objection to the dorm’s appearance. This objection eventually led to the delay of the new residence hall from fall 2015 to fall 2016 and a search[Read More…]

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Nate Tisa (SFS ’14) speaks at the One Georgetown, One Campus launch Sept. 8 protesting the proposed satellite residence.

Protest Thrives in Diverse Forms

From online movements combatting microaggressions at universities nationwide to student-led rallies calling for reform at the gates of the White House, the past year has seen prolific Georgetown student activism.   Online Advocacy Inspired by #BBUM, or Being Black at the University of Michigan, students created their own Twitter movements[Read More…]

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Former GUSA President Nate Tisa (SFS ’15), right, and Vice President Adam Ramadan (SFS ’15) reflect on their year in office, which focused on changing student culture and fostering engagement.

Q&A: Nate and Adam Take Pulse of Year in Office

Nate Tisa (SFS ’14) and Adam Ramadan (SFS ’14) completed their year-long terms as Georgetown University Student Association president and vice president on March 22. The Hoya sat down with the pair to examine the events of the past year — including the One Georgetown, One Campus campaign and the[Read More…]

by March 28, 2014 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top

In New Plans, Admins Heed Opposition

Following an outpouring of student opposition to an off-campus housing option and a flurry of on-campus construction projects, the university introduced its second stage of master planning in a Planning 201 session Wednesday evening. The forum covered a wide range of planning developments, including on and off-campus housing options, changes[Read More…]

by October 4, 2013 0 comments Campus News, News
DIRAGO: Decoding a Decisive Referendum

DIRAGO: Decoding a Decisive Referendum

In one of the least surprising developments in student affairs in recent memory, voters in Thursday’s Georgetown University Students Association referendum expressed overwhelming opposition to the potential satellite housing complex: 2,746 of the 2,966 participating Hoyas voted no — a 92.6 percent stand against the plan on which the “One Georgetown, One[Read More…]

by October 1, 2013 0 comments Opinion

Vote Yields Decisive Dissent

More than 93 percent of students voted against the proposed satellite residence in a referendum on the GUSA ballot Thursday, which student leaders hailed as a resounding statement of opposition to off-campus housing. The referendum, which asked students, “Do you support a satellite residential campus for Georgetown undergraduates?” received a[Read More…]

by September 27, 2013 0 comments Campus News, News

Admins Talk Satellite Housing

Administrators cleared up some confusion about the proposed satellite residence at the first in a series of open houses addressing off- and on-campus housing options last week. During the open houses, which took place in O’Donovan Hall and the Village A community room, Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olson assured students[Read More…]

by September 24, 2013 0 comments Campus News, News