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It’s a Wild, Wild World Out There

For Some Schools, Maintaining a Mascot Isn’t As Easy As It Seems By Elizabeth Khalil Hoya Staff Writer The bulldog arrives in his own car, a red station wagon. Fresh from a press conference, he catches a Delta charter to his next engagement (he only flies Delta). On the plane,[Read More…]

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GU Cold in Miami

Hoyas’s Shooting Falters in Loss to Hurricanes By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer Box Score As quickly as it had seemed the Hoyas were back on the right track, they derailed again. Shooting 28.6 percent from the field, Georgetown never gave Miami a real scare, falling to the No.[Read More…]

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Preview – Georgetown vs. Notre Dame

Georgetown vs. Notre Dame When: Wednesday, 9 p.m. Where: Joyce Center (11,418). TV: ESPN (Hoyanet Ch. 20). Radio: WWDC (1290 AM). Notes: Notre Dame is the team that lost to Miami of Ohio but beat Miami of Florida. A team that lost to Alaska-Anchorage and Boston College, but beat Seton[Read More…]

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Hoyas Go Through Rough Weekend

Hoyas Go Through Rough Weekend By Steve Harris Hoya Staff Writer This weekend proved to be another dismal weekend for the struggling Georgetown men’s and women’s tennis teams. On Saturday, the men competed in the Virginia Commonwealth Invitational, losing to Norfolk State 5-0 and to Radford 4-1. eanwhile, the women[Read More…]

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Drexel, Boston College Take Care of GU

It was a long weekend for the Georgetown swim team. Although the meet seemed much closer than the scores reflect, both the men’s and women’s squads fell to Drexel this past Saturday. The men lost by a score of 148.5-90.5, and the women were defeated 139-104. The men also swam[Read More…]

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Men 2nd, Women 5th at Virginia State

In their last competitive meet before the Big East Indoor Championships, the men’s and women’s track teams participated in the Virginia Tech Indoor Invitational last Friday and Saturday. The men’s squad settled for second place, behind the host Hokies, and the women took fifth place behind Florida, Baylor, LSU and[Read More…]

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Speaking Out About Sitting In

Speaking Out About Sitting In Voices From the Inside: From O’Donovan’s Office, Sweatshop Protesters Made Their Voices Heard While they were sitting in the office of University President Leo J. O’Donovan, S.J., The Hoya asked several of the protesters to write a brief commentary in response to the question: “Why[Read More…]

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Noble Cause Sullied By Immature Tactics

By Marshall Van Valen The recent actions of the Georgetown Solidarity Committee are childish and immature. First, let me state that I agree to its objection to the signing of the CLC agreement. I also agree that the university does not need to use sweat shop labor to have products[Read More…]

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Protesting ’90’s Style: Peace Breaks Out

Protesting ’90s Style: Peace Breaks Out By Steven R. Sabat Special to The Hoya When I first walked onto the second floor of Healy late Saturday night and saw the premises filled with students engaged in a sit-in, I was filled with many unpleasant memories of the sit-ins and demonstrations[Read More…]

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Mob Rule at GU’ Not Quite

Mob Rule at GU? Not Quite By Colin Relihan Hoya Staff Writer In Leo J. O’Donovan’s, S.J. office, there were 27 60s-style anti-establishment anarchists attempting to come up with ways to bring down the “man.” To many of you, this sounds incredibly silly. To others, this assessment doesn’t seem like[Read More…]

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