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Unity or Uniformity: Where is the Focus of the Church’

Unity or Uniformity: Where is the Focus of the Church? By David Brodsky I reflect today on the broad nature and mission of the Catholic Church (imagine that). It has been an issue among the campus orthodoxy, since the publication of a recent viewpoint of mine, whether a person who[Read More…]

by November 9, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

When Business Language Attacks

When Business Language Attacks English is an easy language to massacre. Anyone with the mere ability to speak or write has the opportunity to bastardize one of its many words. And, each time someone mispronounces, misappropriates or misuses a word, it’s as if someone takes a shot at our beloved[Read More…]

by November 9, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

The $60,000 Question: What’s the Deal with Those Message Boards’

The $60,000 Question: What’s the Deal with Those Message Boards? By Matthew Reilein If you could spend $60,000 on anything to improve Georgetown, what would it be? Electronic message boards, of course. Apparently, the number of fliers on campus is inversely proportional to the quality of education that the university[Read More…]

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Only Duquesne Stands Between GU and MAAC

What should not be forgotten is that Georgetown probably has the strongest defense that the Dukes will go up against. The Hoyas are coming off of a seven-point victory over Fairfield last Saturday, a team that beat Duquesne 34-21 earlier in the season. Meanwhile the Dukes are coming off a[Read More…]

by November 5, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

All’s Well Behind the GU Front

As senior tailback Rob Belli, pigskin tucked into his midsection, barreled through a gaping hole created by his offensive linemen and smashed himself three more yards for a first down to officially defeat the Fairfield Stags last Saturday, it just affirmed his greatness as a Hoya tailback. But perhaps greatness[Read More…]

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Spiders Snare Hoyas

Spiders Snare Hoyas Georgetown Loses Final Tuneup Before Conference Tournament By Michael Medici Hoya Staff Writer Before the game even started, the Hoyas had already suffered a significant loss as senior goalkeeper Tyler Purtill broke his finger in the pre-game warm-up drills. That meant senior Ehren Halse-Stumberg had to step[Read More…]

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Unsung Hero

Unsung Hero Schweitzer Quietly Does His Job While Stars Steal the Show By Mike Hume Hoya Staff Writer The setter on a volleyball team has never been the most glamorous position in the sport, and probably never will be. Just as the people gloss over the catcher to observe the[Read More…]

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Georgetown Stays Close But Is No Match for UConn

The Hoyas represented the Mid-Atlantic division of the Big East as the No. 4 seed. But their mere presence in the tournament was more important than the outcome of the game in many ways. The Hoyas had their work cut out for them playing the No. 17 Connecticut Huskies, who[Read More…]

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Coping With Sports’ Down Time

Please. The period between the end of the World Series and the beginning of the Georgetown basketball season is always the worst time of year for me. I know the NBA has started, but these games mean nothing. The same goes for the NHL. College football only happens once a[Read More…]

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Group Shows Support for GU Postal Workers

Group Shows Support for GU Postal Workers Petition Asks for Information Disclosure, Jobs Guarantee By Tim Sullivan Hoya Staff Writer Members of the Georgetown Solidarity Committee circulated a petition this week urging the university to impose a moratorium on the proposed changeover of Hoya Station to Mailboxes Etc. According to[Read More…]

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