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Speakers Address West Bank Violence

Speakers Address West Bank Violence By Tom Johnson Hoya Staff Writer Eugene Bird, president of the Council for National Interest, an Arab awareness group, and Kathy Kern of the Christian Peacemaker Team (CPT), spoke Friday evening in ICC 115 on the topic of Palestinian house demolitions, sponsored by the Arabic[Read More…]

by November 17, 1998 0 comments Uncategorized

Compromise on GUSA Reform To Be Announced This Evening

Compromise on GUSA Reform To Be Announced This Evening By Heather Burke Hoya Staff Writer The GUSA constitutional convention issue has seen yet another controversy in the last two days – in the form of a “Common Sense” pamphlet distributed to residence halls – even in the midst of a[Read More…]

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Take Back the Night March Reclaims M Street

Take Back the Night Reclaims M Street By Jasper Ward Hoya Staff Writer Over 70 people attended the Take Back the Night rally in Red Square Friday night, capping a week’s worth of events that included forums, workshops and publicity in Red Square. The rally was followed by a candle-lit[Read More…]

by November 17, 1998 0 comments Uncategorized

GU Weak in Coaches Vs. Cancer Tourney

GU Weak in Coaches Vs. Cancer Tourney Georgetown Starts 0-2 for First Time Under Thompson By Jeffrey Goldstein Hoya Staff Writer NEW YORK – Georgetown disappointed in its first two games of the season, losing to No. 7 Temple 65-49 Tuesday and dropping Wednesday’s consolation game 65-50 to Illinois. The[Read More…]

by November 13, 1998 0 comments Uncategorized

Austin Peay Presents Big Test for Hoyas

Austin Peay Presents Big Test for Hoyas By Karen Travers Hoya Staff Writer Since the start of last season, Georgetown has been near unbeatable against Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opponents, winning 15 of 16 matchups. But this Saturday, the Hoyas will lineup against an unfamiliar opponent when they take on[Read More…]

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Mont Reaches New Heights in Win

Mont Reaches New Heights in Win Hoya Quarterback Sets Five Passing Records By Karen Travers Hoya Staff Writer It didn’t take much for the Gaels to get blown over. The Georgetown football team rode a strong second quarter and an outstanding performance by its starting quarterback to breeze by Iona,[Read More…]

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Eleven Is Enough: GU’s Win Streak Ends

Eleven Is Enough: GU’s Win Streak Ends Notre Dame Hands Georgetown Its First Big East Loss By Kristen Berg Hoya Staff Writer In its first loss since Sept. 19, the women’s volleyball team fell to Notre Dame last Friday. They returned to their ususal level of play and defeated Syracuse[Read More…]

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Georgetown Teams Take Couple from Catholic

Georgetown Teams Take Couple from Catholic By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown club rugby team finished its fall season on a winning note, with the “A” team coming out with a 24-19 win over the crosstown-rival Catholic Cardinals and the “B” team shutting out its Catholic counterpart[Read More…]

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GU Wins MAISA Freshman Championship

GU Wins MAISA Freshman Championship By Matt Serventi Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown sailing team came away with much success this past weekend, finishing first at the MAISA Freshman Championship at SUNY-Maritime, second at the ICYRA Sloop National Championship at Michigan and seventh at the War Memorial at Navy. In[Read More…]

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Ex-Hoya Millen Arrested Again

Ex-Hoya Millen Arrested Again Less Than Week After Jailed for Trespassing, Millen Returns to Campus By Sean P. Flynn and Karen Travers Hoya Staff Writers Former Hoya basketball player Kevin Millen (GSB ’95) was arrested for the second time in five days Monday, both times on charges of trespassing on[Read More…]

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