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Campus Confusions Part II: Post-Abroad Oddities

Campus Confusions Part II: Post-Abroad Oddities

By Charlie Fritz and Charlie Fritz January 30, 2018

You've all probably heard the expression "abroad changed me" and thought, "dear God, that person sounds so obnoxious." Still, some of us have actually changed. Some of my friends from Madrid are now ~euro~...

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Artist, Author, Visionary: Clifford Chieffo

By Meghan DeCourcey October 19, 2017

Patrick Ewing. “The Exorcist.” Booth 133 at The Tombs. They all have one thing in common: Emeritus art department professor Clifford Chieffo. Chieffo taught Ewing painting, served as a liaison and...

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Enrique Lores, president of imaging, printing and solutions business for HP, spoke about adapting to industry change.

Printing Still Relevant, HP Says

By Tyler Micheletti September 30, 2016

Hewlett-Packard is updating its business strategy to address new consumer technology habits and global trends, according to Enrique Lores, president of imaging, printing and solutions business at HP,...

Almost Painless Printing

By The Editorial Board September 5, 2014

When University Information Services updated the printing system across campus this summer, it appeared to be a move in the right direction. The clunky desktop-based setup has been abrogated in favor of...

UIS Introduces Mobile Printing

By Katherine Richardson April 25, 2014

In March, University Information Services implemented a pilot printing program on the second floor of Lauinger Library that allows students to print documents from their phones for free. The pilot, if...

Corp Ink Expands Services

By Michael Donnay January 29, 2013

Students of Georgetown, Inc. founded Corp Ink, a campus printing service, in December 2011. Now, The Corp has expanded the service to include T-shirt design and video production targeted toward student...

University Hires Xerox to Examine Printing Technology

By Sarah Patrick September 11, 2012

Georgetown has secured Xerox to conduct an assessment of printing options and access across campus, Chief Information Officer Lisa Davis announced in a university broadcast email Monday afternoon. According...

A Double-Sided Dilemma

By The Editorial Board October 31, 2011

Lauinger Library has failed to embrace the environmentally friendly practices of the 21st century. The system of libraries across campus does not adequately advertise or subsidize any form of double-sided...

Discounted Double-Sided Printing Debuts in UIS Labs

By Emma Hinchliffe October 18, 2011

Most university printing facilities will now allow users to print double-sided for a reduced rate of five cents per page, marking the culmination of a long campaign by students, faculty and campus environmental...

Bleed Blue, Print Green

By The Editorial Board September 16, 2010

Last spring Lauinger Library made a little publicized, but welcome change by offering double-sided printing. For all its progressiveness, though, the library is missing a valuable opportunity to jump on...

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