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EDITORIAL: Implement Student Leader Compensation

EDITORIAL: Implement Student Leader Compensation

By The Editorial Board November 20, 2020

No student deserves to miss out on important social and professional experiences because of their personal income background.  The editorial board calls on club leaders at Georgetown University...

EDITORIAL: Improve SNAP Relations with Students

EDITORIAL: Improve SNAP Relations with Students

By Editorial Board September 19, 2020

Despite Georgetown University only allowing a limited number of students back on campus during the COVID-19 pandemic, many students are still living in the areas surrounding the campus. The Student Neighborhood...

EDITORIAL: Ensure Mental Health Support

EDITORIAL: Ensure Mental Health Support

By Editorial Board April 28, 2020

As Georgetown University students transition to an online learning environment, they are now forced to access essential health resources, such as mental health services, virtually. In light of the increased...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Trauma Ignored in Response to GUSA Resignation

Content Warning: This letter mentions sexual assault; please read with caution and know that there are resources to talk to if you need them, including Health Education Services ([email protected]),...

EDITORIAL: Support Hammock Initiative

By Editorial Board April 21, 2017

Georgetown Students for More Hammocks, a student-led movement for more hammocks on campus, began last semester with an ethics project in professor Jason Brennan’s “Moral Foundations of Market Society”...

The Plan’s In Our Hands

By The Editorial Board September 4, 2015

The 2010 Campus Plan, drafted without student input, is widely regarded as a concession to the neighborhood. From implementing the infamous three year housing requirement to creating new dorms with the...

Respect Trans Patients

Respect Trans Patients

By The Editorial Board September 4, 2015

This fall, the O’Neil Institute for National and Global Health Law at the Georgetown University Law Center will host a colloquium on the role of law and policy in affirming the rights of transgender...

Get Off the Stage

By The Editorial Board March 24, 2015

During World Bank president Jim Yong Kim’s speech at Gaston Hall on March 18, GU Fossil Free stormed the stage, presenting a banner that quoted Kim: “Corporate leaders should not wait to act until...

Avoid Empty Rhetoric

By The Editorial Board March 6, 2015

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech before Congress on Tuesday was nothing if not controversial. Both the timing of his arrival and the content of his address polarized groups on Georgetown’s...

Welcome the Prodigal

By The Editorial Board February 9, 2015

As the daunting prospects of next year’s housing dominate campus conversation, a majority of sophomores have been cast adrift by the Office of Residential Living’s new study abroad housing policy for...

Spend D.C. Surplus Wisely

By The Editorial Board February 5, 2015

Nearly a month into her first term, Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser faces an important challenge regarding her administration’s priorities. The District reported a $204 million surplus this past...

Upgrade to Safer Rides

By The Editorial Board January 30, 2015

Those of us who live in and around Georgetown’s campus appreciate the usefulness of SafeRides. Whether it’s walking home late at night after studying or returning home after a night out, SafeRides...

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