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In Cornerback Jim Gallagher the Georgetown Football Team Trusts

In Cornerback Jim Gallagher the Georgetown Football Team Trusts By Ted Bauer Hoya Staff Writer Everything comes back to trust. There he stood in the defensive backfield, knees bent, ready to explode backwards when the opposing quarterback received the ball into his hands. A medium-sized, lanky cornerback, with a simultaneous[Read More…]

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This Column is Brought to You By…

This Column is Brought to You By… By John Nagle Hoya Staff Writer This column is brought to you by Miller High Life (as usual). The combination of sports and advertising predates televised sporting events. It existed before radio. It pervades sport from Little League through the World Series. Every[Read More…]

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Big East Tourney Next for GU

Big East Tourney Next for GU By Eric Kim Special to the Hoya As the regular season winds down and the Georgetown women’s soccer team approaches its first-ever Big East tournament appearance, the Hoyas are struggling. After losing to Syracuse and tying Columbia last week, the Hoyas’ winless streak reached[Read More…]

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No. 16 Tribe Blanks Hoyas

No. 16 Tribe Blanks Hoyas By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer As the regular season winds down and the Georgetown women’s soccer team approaches its first-ever Big East tournament appearance, the Hoyas are struggling. After losing to Syracuse and tying Columbia last week, the Hoyas’ winless streak reached three games[Read More…]

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At Media Day, High Hopes for Hoya Revival

At Media Day, High Hopes for Hoya Revival Boumtje-Boumtje Out Until Dec.; Wilson Ineligible for Year By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer NEW YORK, Oct. 27 – Optimism for the long-term future of the Georgetown men’s basketball program and short-term concerns about player availability marked comments here this afternoon[Read More…]

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Georgetown Awaits Biggest Test of Season

Georgetown Awaits Biggest Test of Season Fairfield Visits Kehoe for MAAC Showdown By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer It wasn’t supposed to be this way. This game against Fairfield is supposed to be to determine the conference championship. Oh well.what can you do? Georgetown football is in good shape entering[Read More…]

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RAISING AWARENESS

Georgetown Students Speak Out on Dangers of Breast Cancer By Keavney F. Klein Hoya Staff Writer Renee Cherkezian (NUR ’03) and Rebecca Frank (SFS ’03) realize the significance of the month of October. It is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and three of Frank’s family members have died of the[Read More…]

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O’Donovan Delivers First Annual State of the School Address

President Stresses Academic Medicine, Catholic and Jesuit Identity, Student Life By Tracy Zupancis Hoya Staff Writer University President Leo J. O’Donovan, S.J., set a precedent Wednesday by inviting students to the first annual State of the School address to discuss and question his ideas for Georgetown’s future. O’Donovan’s address, which[Read More…]

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ABC Cancels Senior Tent Party

By James Di Liberto Jr. Hoya Staff Writer Seniors may be able to dress up as everything from Britney Spears to Dracula this Halloween, but if they do it on Leavey Esplanade Saturday night, they may be alone. The Senior Class Committee has been forced to cancel the senior Halloween[Read More…]

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University to Begin Site Work

Nov. 1 on Southwest Quad Total Cost of Expansion To Near 4 illion By Vince Mareino Hoya Staff Writer University Architect Alan Brangman announced last week that preliminary site work on the Southwest Quadrangle will begin on Nov. 1. At a town-hall style meeting Tuesday night in ICC, Brangman and[Read More…]

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