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The Hoya — Men’s Basketball, St. John’s at Georgetown

Men’s Basketball Box Score: St. John’s 74,  Georgetown 66 Georgetown Player Min FG FT O-T A PF Pts. Braswell 36 5-19 4-4 1-1 2 2 18 Perry 32 3-16 1-2 3-8 2 4 9 Burton 33 5-14 1-4 3-6 1 4 14 Watkinsl 18 2-6 2-2 5-7 1 4 6[Read More…]

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Triples Are a Charm in Win Over Catholic

Triples Are a Charm in a Win Over Catholic By Stephen Owens Special to the Hoya Georgetown baseball entered the win column this weekend after winning two of three and raising its record to 2-3. The Hoyas capped off their successful weekend with an 11-1 rout of crosstown Catholic University[Read More…]

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Hoyas Lose to Connecticut for First Time Later

Hoyas Lose to Connecticut for First Time Later By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer The struggling men’s tennis team dropped lost 6-1 on Saturday to Connecticut in Storrs, Conn.. The loss dropped the team’s season record to 2-6, and was the Hoyas’ first loss to UConn since the Big East[Read More…]

by February 23, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

St. John’s Sinks GU

St. John’s Sinks GU By Sarah Walsh Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both closed out the regular season with losses to St. John’s over Valentine’s Day weekend. This brings the men’s record to 9-3 for the season, while the women drop to 6-6.[Read More…]

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Student Leadership Reform Group: They’re Here For You

By Kathleen Long Many people on this campus would attest to the fact that I bleed blue and gray. Even Jack the Bulldog would back me up. I have worked throughout my four years to make Georgetown the best university it can be, mostly through my involvement in a wide[Read More…]

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Senior Gift Is The Way To Immortalize Class of ’99

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Foreign Service Journal Is Nothing New to GU

We read with interest the article “IR Journal Aims for Global Audience” in the Feb. 5 issue of The Hoya. To our surprise, the new journal by the School of Foreign Service was called the university’s “first journal addressing issues of international concern.” This statement is incorrect. Since 1995, the[Read More…]

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Women’s Rights: The Fight Isn’t Over Yet

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Maxim: The Trashiest News Since Cosmo

By Rebecca Sinderbrand If the Issue Fits There should be a support group for people like me. Come to think of it, there probably is. This is America, after all, and everyone gets their 12 steps, from drug addicts to six-toed, Spam-addicted nude models. My addiction is much more insidious.[Read More…]

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Campus Opinion

Which country do you think the United States should invade next and why?   Cuba – they have good cigars. Marissa Freeman, SFS ’01 Canada – the accent. Sarah Pakstis, COL ’00 Australia – more beach front property. Buddy Hoar, COL ’99 Elizabeth Brooks, COL ’99 Djibouti – so we[Read More…]

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