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Hoyas Triumph in Opener

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by September 3, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

With Six Starters Back and New Coach, Georgetown Looks to Improve on 1998

With Six Starters Back and New Coach, Georgetown Looks to Improve on 1998 By Matt Serventi Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown field hockey team opens the 1999 season Sunday against the University of Albany at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. The Hoyas, under the direction of first-year Head Coach Laurie[Read More…]

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U. of Virginia Ropes in Hurd

“Every now and then, I get on the web and take a peek to see what they’re doing,” Hurd said. “My experience at Georgetown was tremendous, being able to work with a number of great coaches and athletes. That’s what I’ll miss about working at Georgetown – those coaches and[Read More…]

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Campus Opinion

If you could create your own NSO event, what would it be?   Jello Wrestling Brian Zuanich, SFS ’02 Slip & Slide-ing down the hill Tim Hanson, COL ’03 Sumo Wrestling. Jessica Herrington, COL ’03 Chris Staten, MSB ’03 Walk around John Carroll the same number of times as your[Read More…]

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O Georgetown, My Georgetown

Everybody wants a piece of Georgetown. This summer, a local promotion company advertised an event at the Grog and Tankard “in beautiful and convenient upper Georgetown,” which is not really Georgetown at all. The Grog and Tankard lies in the more pedestrian Cleveland Park and, according to the promotional e-mail,[Read More…]

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(Your Name Here) If the Price Is Right

For the record, this is no longer the James Di Liberto viewpoint: it’s the Tostitos James Di Liberto viewpoint. Sure, Tostitos normally only sponsors large events, like the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (which sounds like a huge receptacle for salsa), but it also aims for a smaller targets. With tuition going[Read More…]

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In Memory of a Roommate and a Friend: Maura Murphy, 1978-1999

As many of you may know, a Georgetown student passed away this summer (See “Student Dies of Undetected Heart Problem” ). Her name was Maura Murphy, and she was going to be a senior in the McDonough School of Business. Maura had just spent the semester abroad in adrid, Spain,[Read More…]

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Taking All the Fun(ds) Out of GUSA

The members of the Student Leadership Reform Group should take note. Without anyone even noticing, GUSA President Ron Palmese (MSB ’00), with the help of Benny Adler (MSB ’00) and Pete Corsell (SFS ’00), are on the verge of reinventing the student power structure at Georgetown. They have proposed that[Read More…]

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Thompson Elected Into Hall of Fame

On Third Try, Longtime GU Coach Earns Enshrinement at Springfield By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer After two years of waiting, former Georgetown head men’s basketball coach John Thompson was elected into the basketball Hall of Fame on June 23 for his 27 years of coaching excellence at Georgetown.[Read More…]

by August 27, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Flurry of Changes Marks Summer at GU

Additionally, Senior Athletic Director Frank Rienzo, who became athletic director in 1972, announced his retirement in April.   Have a reaction to this article? Write a letter to the editor.

by August 27, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized