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Preparing for 2018’s High-Stakes Game

By Ari Goldstein March 24, 2015

We should be angry. We should be angry at neighborhood leaders for forcing the university into a series of costly and prohibitive agreements that are not only bad for students but also bad for the community...

Forums Fill Roundtable Void

By Matt Gregory November 1, 2013

The university’s commitment to broad Hoya Roundtable discussions has waned in favor of more frequent, focused engagement sessions on topics as specific as outdoor space near Northeast Triangle. Introduced...

Lawn Barricades Nixed Following Public Outcry

By Sarah Patrick April 2, 2012

In a last-minute decision, the Georgetown Day Planning Committee announced Thursday night that Copley Lawn will not be barricaded during today’s Georgetown Day festivities. The announcement, dubbed...

Georgetown Day to Be Scaled Back

By Mariah Byrne March 19, 2012

While the lack of a planning committee put this year’s Georgetown Day in jeopardy, students and administrators say a slightly scaled-down version of the annual event will still take place. Organization...

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