Bad Signs for GU Campus Plan?

Sonya Bernhardt

Over the past week, a few citizens of Burleith began displaying signs that protest the increase in graduate student enrollment called for in Georgetown University’s 2010 Campus Plan, according to Vox Populi, a University blog.

The plan, which will increase graduate enrollment by 2400 over the next 10 years, led citizens to display lawn signs reading, “Oppose GU’S Campus Plan” and “Our Homes: Not GU’s Dorm,”

Neighbors opposed to University expansion fear that an increase in graduate enrollment would overwhelm Burleith and Georgetown, and argue that too many students will begin living — and partying — in the neighborhood after the plan is implemented.

Read more on Vox Populi.

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