April 8, 2018 GU Politics In The News

GU Politics Funds Student Visit to Mexican Elections

by Deepika Jonnalagadda

This article first appeared in The Hoya.

Eight to 10 Georgetown students will be selected to travel to Mexico this summer to observe the country’s 2018 general election as part of a trip organized by Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Service.

GU Politics, with support from the School of Foreign Service, will sponsor and fund the trip, covering the costs of housing, airfare to Mexico City from Washington, D.C., local transportation and most meals for each of the attending students.

Students are set to arrive in Mexico the week leading up to the July 1 election and head back to the United States the morning after the election.

Applicants must be available from the morning of June 24 through the evening of July 12, according to the GU Politics website.

You can read the full article here.

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