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Georgetown Finishes Groundbreaking On-Campus Mosque

Georgetown Finishes Groundbreaking On-Campus Mosque

By Sophia Lu April 2, 2023

Georgetown University has officially opened the Yarrow Mamout Masjid — the first mosque on a U.S. university campus with a spirituality and formation hall, halal kitchen and ablution stations. Located...

4Es Declassified Freshman Survival Guide: Dorm Perks

4E’s Declassified Freshman Survival Guide: Dorm Perks

By Mike Radice and Mike Radice August 14, 2016

At this point in the summer, every freshman's parents are probably crying every day – partly because they are facing the dreaded empty nest, but mostly because tuition is due. You aren't crying though,...

Roommate Horror Stories: Freshman Edition

Roommate Horror Stories: Freshman Edition

By Charlie Fritz and Charlie Fritz July 31, 2016

As explained by every Blue & Gray Tour Guide, CHARMS is an online matchmaking service to help incoming freshmen find their roommates. And as with any dating app, there are the stories of the students...

A Freshmans Guide to Manipulating Residential Living

A Freshman’s Guide to Manipulating Residential Living

By Charlie Fritz and Charlie Fritz April 21, 2016

It's that time of year for high school seniors. The time when they (those incoming freshman) fill out the famed Living Preference Questionnaire and begin the housing process. To all of you younglings,...

GUSA Elections See Low Upperclassmen Participation

By Molly Cooke October 2, 2015

Forty-six students campaigned over the past week for one of the 28 Georgetown University Student Association Senate seats, for which three districts received no contenders. The results of yesterday’s...

From the Hilltop to the French Hill

From the Hilltop to the French Hill

By Jessica Tannenbaum and Jessica Tannenbaum June 25, 2014

​After two semesters of trekking to Lau and whining about Leo’s food, summer provides a much-needed escape from the Georgetown bubble. Yet, even while exploring Jerusalem’s Hebrew University, Mount...

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