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GU Solidifies .500 Record Before Bowing Out

GU Solidifies .500 Record Before Bowing Out Miami Ousts Georgetown; Comeback Win vs. Providence Keeps NIT Hopes Afloat By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer BOX SCORE: Georgetown vs. Providence BOX SCORE: Georgetown vs. Miami Georgetown got what it needed, and that’s it. Needing one win to make itself eligible[Read More…]

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Georgetown Men, Women Drop Two Apiece

Tennis: Georgetown Men, Women Drop Two Apiece By Sarah Walsh Hoya Staff Writer Last weekend was a difficult and disappointing weekend for both Georgetown tennis teams. Each team lost two meets, with the men falling to Swathmore and George Mason and the women losing to Rutgers and Howard. On Saturday,[Read More…]

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Study Shows Doctors Discriminate on Heart Disease Care

Study Shows Doctors Discriminate on Heart Disease Care By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer Doctors in the United States are significantly more likely to give an important heart disease test to white males than to women or blacks, according to a study led by Kevin Schulman, .D., of the Georgetown[Read More…]

by March 2, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

NOW President Calls on Women To Be Leaders

NOW President Calls On Women To Be Leaders By Joe Musumeci Special to The Hoya Women have not only a right but a responsibility to become leaders in the next century, said Patricia Ireland, president of the National Organization of Women, at the Georgetown University Conference Center Friday. Ireland addressed[Read More…]

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CAC Encourages Clubs To Appoint Service Chairs

CAC Encourages Clubs To Appoint Service Chairs By Molly Longstreth Hoya Staff Writer The Community Action Coalition announced Monday night that it would send a letter today to all Georgetown student organizations challenging them each to appoint or elect a Community Service Chair by the end of the month. The[Read More…]

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Thousands of Voice Copies Disappear

Thousands of Voice Copies Disappear By Rebecca Sinderbrand Hoya Staff Writer Nearly 5,000 copies of Feb. 25 edition of The Georgetown Voice disappeared from campus early last Friday morning. Nicole Gesualdo (COL ’99), the paper’s editor-in-chief, said The Voice planned to actively pursue the question of who had taken the[Read More…]

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Georgetown Big Brothers Make a Difference in the Lives of Children with Cancer

Georgetown Big Brothers Make a Difference in the Lives of Children with Cancer By Shannon Ross Special to the Hoya While Georgetown University students are busy worrying about the exam in their next class or the argument they had with their roommate that morning, only a hundred yards away in[Read More…]

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Campus Opinion

If you could live anywhere on campus, where would it be and why?   Village B, so we can have enough space to … well, you know. Laura Buck, COL ’02 Dana Frantz COL ’02 Village A, because all the older women live there. Jeff Reinhardt, MSB ’02 A residence[Read More…]

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Got a Date’ How to Make This Dip Ball a Memorable One

By Elizabeth Khalil It’s that time of year again. No, not midterms – Dip Ball. Tickets go on sale in just 24 days. The first thing you’ll need is formal wear, but you can handle that one on your own. (One caveat: for the past three years, 90 percent of[Read More…]

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You Don’t Have to Burn Bras to Be a Feminist

By Jennifer Grana, James Harris, Rebeca Rios, Jodie DeSantis and Jenny Schwarb As the “most militant Feminists” on campus, (according to The Guide: A Little Beige Book for Today’s Miss G, page 7), the board of the Alliance for Women’s Empowerment felt that a few elucidative remarks on the nature[Read More…]

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