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SOPHIA NUNN/THE HOYA |  GSC students marched to Epicurean to deliver a petition supporting better treatment of restaurant workers March 24.

Students Petition Against Poor Working Conditions at Epicurean

By Ashley Zhao March 29, 2019

Members of the Georgetown Solidarity Committee called for fairer working conditions for workers at Epicurean and Company in a petition delivered to the Epicurean manager Monday. Around 15 members of...

| Employees of Georgetowns central heating and cooling plant met with university administrators March 19.

University Considers Private Partnership for Energy Services

By Meena Morar March 29, 2019

Georgetown University administrators are exploring private partnerships to handle the university’s energy management, a process leading to concerns from workers in the utilities and energy program about...

ALLISON HERR FOR THE HOYA | Students said their advocacy is limited by the few opportunities to speak with university dining workers without their managers present.

Students Advocate for Workers Amid Contract Renegotiations

By Nishant Bhaumik February 22, 2019

Workers rights student activists expressed grievances of low wages on behalf of Georgetown food service workers at a Feb 14. open forum about ongoing labor contract negotiations. Georgetown food service...

Other Things at Georgetown That Should Be Fired

Other Things at Georgetown That Should Be Fired

By Mike Radice and Mike Radice March 24, 2017

We were beginning to think change was impossible. That was, of course, until it happened yesterday. Coach John Thompson III was not able to answer the question "Who Do You Know Here?" and was denied...

EDITORIAL: Athletes Deserve Recompense

By Editorial Board September 20, 2016

The NCAA is back in the spotlight for recently announced plans to relocate seven championship events from the state of North Carolina throughout the 2016-17 academic year due to a discriminatory law against...

CARR: Increase Opportunity, Not Wages

By Mallory Carr February 26, 2015

No one should be treated better than the people that feed us. As much as Georgetown students love to complain about Leo’s, as freshmen and sophomores we bond over shared meals at our beloved O’Donovan’s...

Workers Rally at Lunchtime Demonstration

By Mariah Byrne January 26, 2012

O'Donovan Hall employees staged a demonstration at 12:35 p.m. today to voice frustration at the slow pace of contract negotiations for their recently formed union. About 40 workers, accompanied by...

GU Employee Benefits Vary

By Kelly Church October 29, 2010

Employee benefits such as free tuition, health care options and yoga are just some of the reasons staffers choose to work at Georgetown, but not all employee benefits are as valuable as they first appear. The...

Jesuits Access Same Health Care Benefits As Other Faculty

By Maddie McLennon September 3, 2010

There is no doubt that the Jesuits on campus play a central role in the Georgetown community, but what may be less apparent is the role the university plays in their lives, including their health care. Georgetown...

Marriott CEO Notes Shift in Consumer Tastes<

By Stephen Levy April 13, 2010

Rather than give a traditional lecture, J.W. "Bill" Marriott, CEO and owner of Marriott International, sat down on Monday afternoon in Lohrfink Auditorium for an interview with current employee Kathleen...

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