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FILE PHOTO: RICHARD SCHOFIELD | Despite Georgetowns water being unaffected, 
Students of Georgetown, Inc., commonly referred to as The Corp, locations on campus stopped serving iced coffee for around an hour as a precautionary measure.

DC Boil Water Advisory Prompts Student Precautions

By Sophie Haber November 15, 2019

D.C. Water, a company that distributes drinking water to Washington, D.C. residents, issued a boil water advisory for upper Northwest D.C. after a water transmission main broke in Arlington, Va. on Nov....

Juul Labs announced Nov. 13 that it will remove some of its products from stores, a move that will affect The Corp.

Corp Eliminates Select Juul Products as Brand Halts Sales Nationwide

By Connor Thomas November 30, 2018

Campus convenience stores Hoya Snaxa and Vital Vittles will no longer sell select flavors of Juul pods, flavored e-liquid cartridges used with Juul e-cigarettes,  following Juul Labs’ Nov. 13 announcement...

SUBUL MALIK/THE HOYA GUSA Policy Chair for Student Health Casey Kozak (NHS ’20) is leading an effort to eliminate tobacco and nicotine usage on campus, following a referendum on banning tobacco and nicotine products on campus.

GUSA Targets On-Campus Tobacco, Looks to Corp for Help

By Campus News Editor October 25, 2018

A Georgetown University Student Association effort to make Georgetown a smoke- and tobacco-free campus seeks to collaborate with Students of Georgetown, Inc., more commonly known as the Corp, to end...

FILE PHOTO: SUBUL MALIK/THE HOYA Students of Georgetown, Inc. lost access to their Google accounts network in March as a result of a cyberattack.

Corp Hit by Cyberattack Last Month, Losing Access to Key Files

By Jeff Cirillo and Christian Paz April 25, 2018

Students of Georgetown, Inc.’s internal network of Google accounts was hacked on the night of March 21, leaving the student-run business commonly known as The Corp without access to internal documents,...

Georgetown students, most of them employees of Students of Georgetown, Inc., discuss the student-run business culture and relationship with the community at a town hall Wednesday.

At Corp Town Hall, Employees Advocate Diversity and Transparency

By Katrina Schmidt April 18, 2018

A more inclusive hiring process and institutional transparency would improve Students of Georgetown, Inc. and its relationship with the community, employees and leaders of the Georgetown University student-run...


Midnight MUG, located on the second floor of Lauinger Library, is offering student entrepreneurs the opportunity to showcase their new products in a Startup Hotel installation opened in mid-October.

Startup Hotel Promotes Student Entrepreneurship

By Will Cassou November 10, 2017

Startup Hotel, an installation in Lauinger Library, is giving aspiring entrepreneurs a new opportunity to show off their startup projects. The about 8-foot-tall translucent tower with shelves holding...

Uncommon Grounds Reopens in New Leavey Location

By Isabelle Groenewegen September 26, 2017

Students of Georgetown, Inc.’s Uncommon Grounds coffee shop opened Monday on the second floor of the Barnes & Noble bookstore in the Leavey Center, almost a month after the start of the fall semester. The...

New leadership teams for the Georgetown University Alumni and Student Association and the Students of Georgetown, Inc. will be formally welcomed in March.

Lewd Email Sent to Corp Staff After System Breach

By Jeff Cirillo September 13, 2017

Jeff Cirillo is a staff writer for The Hoya. An email containing pornographic content was sent to the staff of Students of Georgetown, Inc. after the student-run company’s internal email system...

The Students of Georgetown, Inc. is planning to move Uncommon Grounds to the bookstore’s second floor.

Uncommon Grounds Aims for Opening Next Week

By Isabelle Groenewegen September 13, 2017

Isabelle Groenewegen is a staff writer for The Hoya. Three weeks after the start of the fall semester, the new Uncommon Grounds coffee shop has yet to reopen in its new Leavey Center location. Originally...

Campus organizations, including The Corp, launched various efforts to engage students in campus environmental initiatives.

Campus Groups Launch Green Initiatives

By Haley Snyder April 25, 2016

In honor of Earth Day last Friday, several offices and student organizations, including Students of Georgetown, Inc. and the Office of Sustainability launched various environmental initiatives, such...

Corp Services Briefly Shut Following Website Hack

By Matthew Riley February 29, 2016

Students of Georgetown, Inc. was forced to close all its storefronts for two hours Monday in response to a hack on its servers. This measure was taken as a precaution to protect the integrity of...

Second Kickback to Feature Skizzy Mars, Student Art

By Tom Garzillo August 31, 2015

Skizzy Mars and Louisa Wendorff will headline the second annual Kickback Music Festival, hosted by the Students of Georgetown, Inc. in conjunction with the Georgetown Program Board and Georgetown Week...

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