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Misconstrued Microsoft Monopoly

Misconstrued Microsoft Monopoly By Anthony D. Riker The recent verdict categorizing Microsoft as a monopoly has very serious implications for the future success of the computer technology sector and perhaps the American economy. One of the most productive and innovative companies in our economy is being squashed by the government[Read More…]

by November 16, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Miller Defines Dominant Senior Class

By Ted Bauer Hoya Staff Writer There is always one day that defines everything. For Georgetown Hoyas’ senior defensive end Paul Miller, that day was a chilly September 1998 afternoon on Kehoe Field. The Holy Cross Crusaders had come into his house, and they stood shaking out the kinks on[Read More…]

by November 12, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Football: Optimistic GU Awaits Canisius

By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer Coming off of a loss is never easy, but Football Head Coach Bob Benson prefers to look forward and focus on the positive, rather than dwell on negatives. “I’m a positive motivational guy. I’m not into the chicken little attitude – the sky is[Read More…]

by November 12, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Men’s Soccer: Big East Semifinals Hard to Call

By Michael Medici Hoya Staff Writer Let’s face it, all year long, the Big East has been as easy to predict as your teacher’s grading curve. Teams have been doing things that they shouldn’t have been doing in every game. Who could have foreseen the offensive explosion that happened in[Read More…]

by November 12, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Bradley in 2000

By John Nagle Hoya Staff Writer Consider the race over. In the Scrum is ready to offer its unqualified endorsement for the 2000 elections to Bill Bradley. It is not often, in fact it has never occurred before, that In the Scrum discusses anything outside of the world of sports.[Read More…]

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Ferraro Encourages Women to Take Active Role in Politics

Ferraro Encourages Women to Take Active Role in Politics By Ian Palko Hoya Staff Writer Former vice presidential candidate and noted women’s rights activist Geraldine Ferraro spoke Tuesday in the atrium outside of Riggs Library about her hopes and concerns concerning women and their role in the workplace and government.[Read More…]

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History Prof Wins Book Award

History Prof Wins Book Award By Charlie Wang Special to the Hoya Georgetown Associate Professor of history Joseph A. McCartin received the 1999 Philip Taft Labor History Prize earlier this month for his book about labor in America in the 20th century. The book, published by the North Carolina Press,[Read More…]

by November 12, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

College Democrats, Republicans Debate Affirmative Action

College Democrats, Republicans Debate Affirmative Action Swope, Polkey Face off as Keynote Speakers By Andreas Andrea Hoya Staff Writer The College Democrats and College Republicans met Wednesday night in Healy Hall to argue the merits of affirmative action. The debate, which came in anticipation of Georgetown’s upcoming Diversity Week, was[Read More…]

by November 12, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Teen Shot Dead At Sports Fans

Teen Shot Dead At Sports Fans By Tim Haggerty Hoya Staff Writer A fistfight outside of a popular M Street bar resulted in gunfire early Tuesday morning, leaving one man dead. Four men, including the shooter, were arrested. As Sports Fans Sports Bar at 3247 M Street let out customers[Read More…]

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GU to Hold Unified Commencement Ceremony

GU to Hold Unified Commencement Ceremony By Emily Nash Special to the Hoya A unified undergraduate convocation will take place at the beginning of Senior Week this May, in what may become an annual Georgetown tradition. The ceremony, which will be attended by graduating seniors and Georgetown faculty and staff,[Read More…]

by November 12, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized