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Clinton Announces Strategy for Strengthening Europe

Clinton Announces Strategy for Strengthening Europe President Plans Trip to Greece, Turkey By Tom Johnson Hoya Staff Writer President Clinton (SFS ’68) outlined yesterday what he considered to be the four principal challenges America needs to face in its relationship with Europe. He also announced that he will travel to[Read More…]

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For Holt, a Career Built On Science and Politics

For Holt, a Career Built On Science and Politics By Tim Sullivan Hoya Staff Writer Rep. Rush Holt, D-N.J., discussed his career in science and politics in a speech Monday night, addressing members of the International Relations Club and various other student and faculty members. In his speech, Holt also[Read More…]

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GU Student Dies of Brain Cancer

GU Student Dies of Brain Cancer By Jeff DeMartino Hoya Staff Writer Jesse Star Langley, a marketing major who was scheduled to graduate last May from the McDonough School of Business, died of brain cancer at the age of 22 in his Culver City, Calif., home Oct. 30. Langley suffered[Read More…]

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Accumulating Ammunition Against Gun Control Fanatics

Accumulating Ammunition Against Gun Control Fanatics By Colin Relihan Slowly Losing My Mind “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed.” This is the Second Amendment, part of the Bill of[Read More…]

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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…]

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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…]

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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…]

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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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