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Courtesy of Georgetown University | The Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) announced the creation of a new $30,000 diversity fund to support cultural organizations on campus, partnering with the university.

GUSA Launches $30,000 Diversity Fund to Support Cultural Organizations

By Erin Saunders, Deputy Features Editor April 5, 2024

The Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) announced the creation of a new $30,000 diversity fund to support cultural organizations on campus in an Instagram post on April 2. According to...

SCOVILLE: Building an Inclusive Newspaper

By Ian Scoville November 30, 2018

My time on The Hoya has been fairly common. I applied with the backing of a journalism education in high school and passed up paid internships (and occasionally skipped classes) to do my job, and I...

EDITORIAL: Recognize H*yas for Choice

By Editorial Board March 16, 2018

Georgetown University should prioritize free speech over religious policy by recognizing H*yas for Choice, a pro-reproductive rights student group. As a university, Georgetown must commit to the free...

ALI ENRIGHT FOR THE HOYA

Love Saxa Funding, Status Remain Uncertain After Vote Postponed

By Jeff Cirillo October 31, 2017

The fate of student group Love Saxa’s funding and status as a university-recognized club remains uncertain after a meeting of the Student Activities Commission ended without a vote early Tuesday...

EDITORIAL: Defund Intolerance

By Editorial Board October 20, 2017

Love Saxa does not deserve the benefit of university recognition. As a group whose mission advocates against equal rights for the LGBTQ community, Love Saxa fosters intolerance. As such, the club is antithetical...

Discriminatory Discretion

By The Editorial Board April 9, 2013

It goes without saying that students are entitled to their individual beliefs, religious or otherwise. But when student activities funds come from a common pool and are billed as a lump sum on each student’s...

SAC Event Draws Limited Turnout

By Annie Chen February 5, 2013

Poor attendance at a Student Activities Commission working group was representative of broader challenges in engagement and communication that the group faces, according to SAC Chair Jennifer Chiang (SFS ’15). Only...

SAC Slashes Budgets For All Groups

By David Schuler November 12, 2010

Another tight budget for the Student Activities Commission forced the organization to approve 72.5 percent of the $122,755 student organizations requested during the first run of its new bulk allocation...

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