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Global Trade Keynote: Sen. Chris Coons Talks Regulations, Sustainability

Global Trade Keynote: Sen. Chris Coons Talks Regulations, Sustainability

By Catherine Alaimo and Lauren Doherty February 9, 2024

Senator Chris Coons (D-Del.) delivered the keynote speech at the Remaking Global Trade for a Sustainable Future conference held at Georgetown University Law Center (GULC) on Feb. 8. The conference,...

GUSA Passes Resolutions With Goal of Improving Effectiveness

GUSA Passes Resolutions With Goal of Improving Effectiveness

By Aamir Jamil January 25, 2024

The Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) Senate passed four resolutions and swore in two new election commissioners, who oversee Senate and executive elections, at its Jan. 21 meeting. At...

GUSA Passes Resolution Endorsing Student Opposition to Legacy Admissions

GUSA Passes Resolution Endorsing Student Opposition to Legacy Admissions

By Ranee Brady September 14, 2023

The Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) Senate passed a resolution endorsing student opposition to legacy admissions at Georgetown University at its Sept. 10 meeting.  Over 700 members...

GUSA Senate Elects New Vice Speaker

GUSA Senate Elects New Vice Speaker

By Ranee Brady September 1, 2023

The Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) Senate voted to elect Megan Skinner (SFS ’24) vice speaker at its Aug. 22 meeting.  The position became vacant when former Vice Speaker Joshua...

GUSA Senate to Institute Stricter Attendance Policies

GUSA Senate to Institute Stricter Attendance Policies

By Akashdiya Chakraborty April 28, 2022

The Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) Senate unanimously passed an amendment to the senate bylaws aiming to more strictly enforce attendance at meetings. At the April 24 GUSA meeting...

GUSA Passes Internal Reforms to Promote More Activism

GUSA Passes Internal Reforms to Promote More Activism

By Samuel Yoo February 25, 2022

The Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) Senate unanimously passed a resolution amending the organization’s bylaws to remove inactive roles. At the Feb. 20 meeting, senators voted to...

GUSA Senate Demands Greater Transparency After Break-In

GUSA Senate Demands Greater Transparency After Break-In

By Uri Guttman September 24, 2021

The Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) Senate unanimously passed a resolution Sept. 19 demanding more information from the university about a break-in early Sunday morning in the New South...

GradGov to Vote on Inclusion of School of Continuing Studies in Operations

GradGov to Vote on Inclusion of School of Continuing Studies in Operations

By Breandan Gibbons September 2, 2021

The Georgetown University Graduate Student Government is set to vote on a proposal to permanently represent the School of Continuing Studies in its ranks, paving the way for expanded advocacy across Georgetown’s...

Former GUSA Exec Candidate Wins Open Senate Seat in Election

Former GUSA Exec Candidate Wins Open Senate Seat in Election

By Liana Hardy February 14, 2020

The Georgetown University Student Association Senate swore in its newest member, Julio Salmeron-Perla (SFS ’22), Feb. 9 after the former executive candidate and senator won a write-in election Feb....

JULIA ALVEY / THE HOYA | Fall GUSA Senate campaigns launched Wednesday morning and features 21 candidates vying for various open positions in the Senate pending next weeks elections.

21 Students Announce GUSA Senate Campaigns

By Harrison McBride September 20, 2019

With a focus on facilities issues, expanding dining options and improved representation for minority students, 21 students announced their candidacy for Georgetown University Student Association senate...

Jon Ossoff (SFS 09), who ran for Congress in Georgia  in the most expensive House of Representatives race in history, launched a bid for Senate in Georgia.

Ossoff Announces Run for Senate in Georgia

By Harrison McBride September 20, 2019

Jon Ossoff (SFS ’09) announced his decision to run in the upcoming 2020 Georgia Senate elections Sept. 10, joining three other Democratic candidates who are vying to unseat incumbent Sen. David Perdue...

MOAKLEY COURTHOUSE | Stephen Semprevivo, one of five Georgetown parents implicated in a nationwide March 12 admissions bribery indictment, pleaded guilty in Boston federal court Monday after paying an intermediary $400,000 to give his son an advantage in the admissions process.

Georgetown Parent Pleads Guilty in Admissions Bribery Case

By Riley Rogerson April 9, 2019

Georgetown parent Stephen Semprevivo and 12 other university parents pleaded guilty to fraud for involvement in a college admissions bribery scheme in a Boston federal court Monday. The plea comes...

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