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NCAA Case Goes to Supreme Court

The National Collegiate Athletic Association may be forced to raise scholarship limits for women’s sports and increase spending on promoting women’s championships, depending on the outcome of a case the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear during its 1998-99 session. On Sept. 29, the Court announced it would hear an[Read More…]

by October 6, 1998 0 comments Uncategorized

Students, Residents Clean Up Georgetown

Despite Sunday afternoon’s damp weather, a group of Georgetown students participated in the Spirit of Georgetown, a community clean-up that raised $20,000 for the Georgetown Ministry Center, a nonprofit group that works to help the homeless of the area. Paul St. Lawrence (COL ’99), a member of the Community Action[Read More…]

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GU Conference Celebrates South Korea

“Where has the last half-century brought us?” was the question echoing through the ICC auditorium this past weekend as scholars from as far away as Seoul presented papers on various topics dealing with the conference’s central theme, “The Republic of Korea After 50 Years: Continuity and Convergence.” The conference, sponsored[Read More…]

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Georgetown’s Playing Who’

Sure, some might say that Georgetown’s men’s basketball schedule, released by the athletic department Monday, is weak. To all those people, though, I have a humble suggestion: go through the schedule, day-by-day, and take each matchup one game at a time. The Hoyas follow tradition in the early going with[Read More…]

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Hoya Volleyball Win Two in Big East

The Georgetown volleyball team defeated both Providence and Boston College this weekend in their first Big East matches of the season. Both wins improved the Hoyas’ record to 14-3. Friday’s game against Providence proved to take an exhaustive effort from the women’s squad. The Hoyas were able to overtake the[Read More…]

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Men’s Soccer Upsets Irish

Seeking their third straight win in a week, the Georgetown men’s soccer team used their speed to beat the No. 18 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2-1 on Saturday. Finishing a three game homestand which saw [victories over Rutgers](http://www.thehoya.com/sports/hoyas-blank-scarlet-knights/) and [Old Dominion](http://www.thehoya.com/sports/mens-soccer-reigns-over-monarchs/), the Hoyas are 8-2 on the season with a[Read More…]

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Football Saintly vs. Siena

The Georgetown football team rebounded from [last weekend’s loss to Fairfield](http://www.thehoya.com/sports/fairfield-fights-back-gives-gu-first-loss/) with a convincing win over Siena, defeating the Saints, 42-14. With the win, the Hoyas improve to 3-1 for the season, 2-1 in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. Siena falls to 1-3. Head Coach Bob Benson and his team[Read More…]

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Women’s Center Biased in its Services

Interested in women, gender, and social justice issues? (Read: Interested in bashing conservatives?) Seeking a place that is supportive of women’s concerns, perspectives and ideas? (Read: Seeking a place that bolsters liberal lies and classifies women as unthinking victims?) Hoping to get involved in helping students, staff and faculty to[Read More…]

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GUSA is Good: A View from the Inside of GU Government

I hardly knew what to expect when I walked into the GUSA office my freshman year to inquire about representative elections. In high school I was active in the student government, and I wanted to find an organization here at Georgetown that addressed the needs and concerns of the student[Read More…]

by October 2, 1998 0 comments Uncategorized

From the Debts of Hell: My Credit Cards and Me

On July 1, I lost my Gold MasterCard that had a billing address in Florida, where my parents lived and covered the expenses. It was replaced with an Alumni Association Visa card that was billed directly to me and only me. On Monday, its most recent bill arrived — all[Read More…]

by October 2, 1998 0 comments Uncategorized