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GU is Hot Hot Hot and I Like it That Way

In the past two weeks, many students have waxed philosophical about Georgetown’s status as a great university. Some claim that the Office of Student Programs is to blame. Others lay fault on the alumni, blaming them for not donating enough money. Still, more people criticize the student body for being[Read More…]

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Four Freshmen Elected in GUSA Race

Early Thursday morning, the GUSA Election Commission announced the four new freshman members of the GUSA Assembly. They are Zena Barakat (GSB ’02), Auggie Bartning (SFS ’02), Mayumi Grigsby (COL ’02) and Thaddeus Inge (SFS ’02). The results for the fourth place position were very close, but a recount of[Read More…]

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Lippert Bids for ANC Spot in Next Election

William Lippert, a graduate student in the School of Foreign Service (’99), is running unopposed for Eduardo Burkhart’s Advisory Neighborhood Committee (ANC) position in District 3B03, which is located along Glover Park north of Burleith. With a 1995 undergraduate degree in international studies and psychology from American University, Lippert is[Read More…]

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Education Bill Passed In Unanimous Vote

By a vote of 96-0, the U.S. Senate approved a bill on Tuesday to extend the Higher Education Act, which covers federal student aid, for five years. Along with preserving current student aid programs, the bill calls for an increase in spending on Pell Grants and a decrease in interest[Read More…]

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Campus Cops Nab Thieves Of Purses, Car near GU

Department of Public Safety officers Anthony Meyers, Daryn Bynum and Larry Dickerson will receive commendations from D.C. Metro Police Patrol Service Areas 205 and 206 for their help in apprehending five juveniles. The individuals arrested have been involved in a number of recent robberies and carjackings in the Georgetown area,[Read More…]

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Georgetown School of Business Gets $30 Million Donation

Next week, the Georgetown School of Business will announce that it is changing its name to honor an alumnus who donated $30 million to the school, according to an e-mail sent to all business students by Business School Dean Christopher P. Puto on Sept. 29. According to Puto, this gift[Read More…]

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Y2K Bug May Affect Student Aid

With less than 500 days left until the turn of the century, the Education Department’s failure to address the Year 2000 computer problem may threaten the delivery of financial aid to college students, according to witnesses at a recent Congressional hearing. The Committee on Oversight and Investigations of the House[Read More…]

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Leader of the Pack

As free safety of the football team, he is field marshall of the defense, often the difference between giving up six yards and giving up six points. As one of just seven senior starters, he is counted on to teach the younger players, to pick up the slack when they[Read More…]

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Men’s Soccer Reigns Over Monarchs

Coming off [a big win against Rutgers on Sunday](http://www.thehoya.com/sports/hoyas-blank-scarlet-knights/) and facing non-conference Old Dominion Wednesday, some might have expected a letdown for the Georgetown men’s soccer team. But the Hoyas got off to a fast start to silence the skeptics and hung on to beat the Monarchs, 3-2. Junior midfielder[Read More…]

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Womens’ Soccer Surpasses Mount

Sporting a pair of bright green Diadora spikes, freshman forward, Barbara Torres ran a clinic against Mount Saint Mary’s on Tuesday afternoon. Her goal and assist were only supplementary to her dominance over the Mountaineers in the Georgetown women’s soccer team’s 4-0 victory on Harbin Field. In an entirely one-sided[Read More…]

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