Campus News

Nazi Graffiti Found in Dorms

Four students were victims of bias-related incidents in New South Hall on Sept. 6 and 11, and a similar incident occurred in Darnall Hall sometime between Sept. 11 and 13, according to the Department of Public Safety. Swastika symbols were drawn and the name “Hitler” was written on dry-erase boards[Read More…]

by September 14, 2010 0 comments Campus News, News

Speakers Talk START

On Tuesday, Rose Gottemoeller (I ’75) and Richard Burt, respected scholars and policymakers in nuclear disarmament, discussed the merits of the new Strategic Arms Reduction treaty, which limits the number of ready-to-deploy nuclear weapons for the United States and Russia. The speakers each made concise arguments for ratification despite the[Read More…]

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MSB’s Daly Departing But Satisfied

After five years as dean of the McDonough School of Business, George Daly will leave the post at the end of this academic year. “I didn’t want to die in office,” Daly joked in an interview with THE HOYA. “When you make the level of change that I’ve had the[Read More…]

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New Minor In Film Set To Debut

Starting in January, the College will offer a new film and media studies minor to its undergraduates. “The Faculty Working Group determined that a minor program would best provide students in the College with the opportunity to add the serious study of film and media to their existing interests, expanding[Read More…]

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Alcohol Incidents Steady

The percentage of alcohol-related emergency calls placed at the university has remained at 10 percent since the 2009-2010 academic year, even as area schools see a rise in the number of students dialing for help. The George Washington University’s numbers have gone up 14 percent in the past year. Two[Read More…]

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Professor Points to Ghostwriting at Medical Center

At odds with a major pharmaceutical company, professor Adriane Fugh-Berman recently published a report revealing that Wyeth, a subsidiary of Pfizer, paid for ghostwritten articles promoting the use of one of its drugs for conditions not approved by the Food and Drug Administration. According to Fugh-Berman, an associate professor in[Read More…]

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New Site Aids Student Search for Housing

Two current MSB students and one alumnus will demonstrate the spirit of Georgetown entrepreneurship this Wednesday with the launch of a website focusing on off-campus housing. For Peter Swiek (MSB ’10), Joey Friedrich (MSB ’13) and Michael Crouch (MSB ’13), an ordinary MSB class project one year ago led to[Read More…]

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Global Zero Leader Discusses Nuclear Weapons

On Monday, September 13, 2010, the Center for Peace and Security Studies hosted a discussion on the START Treaty. One of the two people invited was Richard Burt, the U.S. Chair of Global Zero, a group dedicated to reducing the number of nuclear weapons to zero. The very first person[Read More…]

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Faculty Art On Display

Until Oct. 16, the creative talents of professors in the art and art history departments are on display in the Walsh building’s Spagnuolo Gallery, According to Sharon Moody, painter and Georgetown lecturer on design and painting in the art and art history departments, “Our faculty are a prolific, creative group, and there’s[Read More…]

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Ace of Cakes Takes on Jack

As star chef Duff Goldman assembled a cake version of Jack the Bulldog on the stage of Gaston Hall Tuesday night, he could not help but turn to the audience for some background information on his baked good’s canine inspiration. “What is a Hoya? Is a Hoya a breed of[Read More…]

by September 10, 2010 0 comments Campus News, News