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In a Fit of Anti-Establishment Pique, Georgetown Students Elect a Sandwich to Student Government

The campaign was a protest against the status quo, an expression of voter alienation from a government run by “insiders” for the principal benefit of themselves. We are speaking of course of the Georgetown University Student Association elections, which were held last week. “The system right now is working for them,” said Georgetown senior Matt Gregory, referring to the “insular” coterie of “ambitious” students who tend to dominate GUSA.
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