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Both Teams Finish Eighth at Big East Tourney in Miami

Both Teams Finish Eighth at Big East Tourney in Miami Women Conclude Year with 14-13 Record; Men (6-23) next Face Princeton in Finale By Steve Harris Hoya Staff Writer This past weekend, the Georgetown men’s and women’s tennis teams traveled to Miami, Fla., to take part in the 2000 Big[Read More…]

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Senior Reflections

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School’s Out Forever

By Sean P. Flynn I remember my first day of kindergarten at Hawthorne School like it was today. I remember being very excited that I would finally get to go to school. I remember at least three kids bawling their eyes out, mortified about leaving their mommies. Now it’s 29[Read More…]

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The Path Redefining the Goal

Friends Sweeten the Experience By Ann Lawrence By nature, I’m a goal-oriented person. In high school, my mind always looked to the future – to college and what I would be when I grew up. So as an incoming freshman to Georgetown, all sorts of plans floated through my head[Read More…]

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762 Words from a (Not So) Wisened Guy

By Matt North When I remembered this afternoon that I had to write a senior viewpoint and hand it in tonight, the first thought that sprang to my mind was that my viewpoint as a senior, ultimately, is that I’m kind of hungry. Also, that I sure hope there’s a[Read More…]

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Unexpected Path to GU Leads to Success

When Strategy Fails, a Search for Different Options By Karen Travers If things had worked out for me four years ago the way I had planned, I would be getting ready to graduate from the University of Virginia. I had my heart set on becoming a Wahoo since the eighth[Read More…]

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A Man Without a Plan Tells His Story

Luck, Ambition and Accident Form Time at Georgetown By Jeff Goldstein Several of my friends have told me I’ve stressed way too much over this senior viewpoint. They’re probably right. Despite this knowledge, I find it extremely scary to try to sum up four years and look to the future[Read More…]

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Former Editor in Chief Gives Advice by Example

By Jeff DeMartino I’ve fielded quite a few comments over my years here. Some of them more positive than others: “Jeff DeMartino, you are ignorant .” starts one letter from the spring of 1998, in response to a Hoya column I penned on Puerto Rico. “If you talk like that[Read More…]

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Memories Of an Era Long Gone

Memories Of an Era Long Gone By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Stafff Writer It was a sad week for this baseball fan. Gary Gaetti, the major league’s greatest fogey, finally retired at the age of 41, and with him, so died the no-ear flap helmet. For a baseball rules buff[Read More…]

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Georgetown Warming Up For ECACs and NCAAs

Georgetown Warming Up For ECACs and NCAAs By Sarah Walsh Hoya Staff Writer With the Big East outdoor track and field championships just a few weeks away, the Georgetown track teams headed to the 42nd annual Mt. SAC Relays at San Antonio College in Walnut, Calif., and the Carolina Collegiate[Read More…]

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