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Commissioners for the Student Activities Commission have expressed confusion over ambiguity and lax enforcement of bylaws relating to conflicts of interest — especially as they pertain to the International Relations Club.

Conflicts of Interest Spotlight Ambiguity in SAC Bylaws

By Christian Paz April 27, 2018

When representatives from the International Relations Club faced the Student Activities Commission on Monday, March 19, to explain why IRC members had travelled to Panama City earlier that month without...

NAIMUN Succeeds Despite Dance Incident

By Matthew Larson February 20, 2015

Despite a disturbance involving the intoxication of two high school delegates, The Georgetown International Relations Association’s 52nd North American Invitational Model United Nations Conference, which...

SHAY: The Importance of Being Organized

By Jeff Shay and Editor-in-Chief October 24, 2014

The engine that keeps any organization running — club, nonprofit, business or otherwise — is the degree to which it can keep itself organized. I joined the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs...

GIRA Grant Opens Apps

By Kelly McKenna February 28, 2014

To bolster education and empower students to enact changes in international affairs, the fourth annual Georgetown International Relations Association Global Generations Grant is accepting applications...

GIRA Grant Funds Grad Students’ Debate Initiative in Africa

By Lacey Henry February 28, 2013

Kelvin Moyaka, a former student at St. Aloysius Gonzaga in Nairobi, Kenya, always avoided public speaking until his school began participating in regular debate competitions. “This made my English...

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