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New Solar-Powered Phone Chargers Come to Light

By Owen Eagan May 1, 2016

Georgetown University’s main campus saw the installation of the first of four public, solar-powered cell phone charging stations late last month at the Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle...

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

Campus Groups Launch Green Initiatives

By Haley Snyder April 26, 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...

All 95 Coca-Cola vending machines on the main campus and law center have been upgraded to be compatible with payments by credit card, Apple Pay or Google Wallet in addition to payments by cash and GoCard.

Vending Machines Receive Tech Updates

By Matthew Larson November 20, 2015

You can now buy your soda with a credit card, Apple Pay or Google Pay at vending machines on Georgetown University’s main campus and the Georgetown University Law Center. Previously, vending machines...

HFSC Study Break

HFSC Study Break

By Sara Carioscia and Sara Carioscia December 6, 2014

Looking for a cool way to spend the last Saturday night before finals? Georgetown Program Board (GPB) is hosting a Carnival Arcade Study Break with Coca-Cola In the Healey Family Student Center from...

Sirleaf addresses the media in London in Nov. 2012.

Ebola Crisis Postpones Africa Business Forum

By Mallika Sen July 31, 2014

The Ebola crisis in western Africa has prompted the postponement of "The Future of Development and Business in Africa," an Aug. 4 forum that was to feature Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The...

Professor Steven Radelet will serve as the first Coca-Cola-endowed Global Human Development chair.

Coca-Cola Endows GHD Chair

By Chris Balthazard April 4, 2014

The Global Human Development program, one of eight master’s programs in the School of Foreign Service, will establish its first endowed chair after receiving a $4 million donation from The Coca-Cola...

Another Decade of Coke

By Jamie Slater February 7, 2014

For Pepsi lovers on campus, a brief window of opportunity closed earlier this year when Georgetown renewed its exclusive contract with The Coca-Cola Company, continuing a relationship that goes back...

Simply Science: Cocaine-Cola

Simply Science: Cocaine-Cola

By Matt Caulfield and Matt Caulfield February 28, 2013

Soda. Some of you have given it up for lent, some of you have given it up for life. But to me, there’s nothing like an ice-cold Coca-Cola. Speaking of Coca-Cola, ever hear of the unequivocally idiotic...

Coca-Cola Mini Can Offers Fewer Calories, Less Sugar at a Price

By Zach Zappone January 29, 2010

Coca-Cola has decided to offer a scaled-down can size in Washington, D.C., and New York City as part of a new initiative to increase sales. The new 7.5-ounce can contains 90 calories and is meant for consumers...

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