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Hoyas Hope There’s no Place Like Kansas

Hoyas Hope There’s No Place Like Kansas Georgetown Faces Nation’s Best in NCAA’s By Karen Travers Hoya Staff Writer The men’s and women’s cross-country squads head to Kansas Monday to compete for the NCAA title, bringing high expectations and potential national champions. The meet brings together the top two teams[Read More…]

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Georgetown Enjoys Big East’s Top Seed

Georgetown Enjoys Big East’s Top Seed By Kristen Berg Hoya Staff Writer Georgetown enters this weekend’s Big East Volleyball Championship as the top seed, for the first time in the program’s 24 year history. The Hoyas tied Connecticut with a 10-1 conference record, but because of their 3-2 win on[Read More…]

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Smrcka-Duffy’s 36 Points Lead Georgetown Past St. Francis

Smrcka-Duffy’s 36 Points Lead Georgetown Past St. Francis By Michael Medici Hoya Staff Writer The coaches for North Carolina State must really be missing her. In just her second game as a Hoya, sophomore guard Katie Smrcka-Duffy, the N.C. State transfer put on an offensive display the likes of which[Read More…]

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Georgetown Wins Atlantic Coast Dinghy Championship

Georgetown Wins Atlantic Coast Dinghy Championship By Sarah Walsh Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown sailing team closed out its fall season successfully last weekend, competing in three different regattas, including a first-place finish at the Atlantic Coast Dinghy Cohampionship. The coed team finished its season with a win at the[Read More…]

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Fordham, You’re Next

Fordham, You’re Next Georgetown Attempts for Unprecedented 10th Win Vs. Patriot League Nemesis By Karen Travers Hoya Staff Writer At the beginning of the season, Georgetown Football Head Coach Bob Benson said that his team was not playing this season to defend its 1997 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title. The[Read More…]

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God Loves Soccer and So Do I

God Loves Soccer and So Do I By Dorothy Johnson It’s a little known fact that I actually played soccer as a kid. I mean the vibrant career of Dorothy “Miss Pele” Johnson lasted two exhausting seasons with the “Little Ladies” and “Orange Crush.” My coach considered me a “versatile”[Read More…]

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Campus Opinion

If you were a wrestler, what would your WWF name be?   Danger Michael Davies, MSB ’02 …and his sidekick Danger Mouse Eric Engelman, MSB ’02 Papa Smurf’s Latino Wonder Ian Kalin, SFS ’02 Dave the Skull Splitter Dave Park, GRAD ’98 The Tim-inator Tim Sheldon, COL ’01 Have a[Read More…]

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Affirmative Action Hypocritical

Affirmative Action Hypocritical By Jonathan Zimmer In the midst of the madness of the 1960s, Martin Luther King made a resounding speech that spoke about what the people who believed in a united nation and civil rights were fighting for. He said, “I have a dream that my four little[Read More…]

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Preference Programs Promote Promise

Preference Programs Promote Promise By Carrie Solages Phat Politics This column is for my fellow Community Scholars. In response to a question about affirmative action’s effects upon its beneficiaries, General Colin L. Powell, who himself benefited from an affirmative action program, said, “I would tell (the program’s beneficiaries) to graduate[Read More…]

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GUSA Reform Is the Bane of My Existence

GUSA Reform Is the Bane of My Existence By Nicholas Johnston A Famous Hoya Columnist As a junior filled with buoyant optimism, I looked to Student Government as a way to effect positive change for my friends and fellow students. However, after my triumphant election, I have been mired in[Read More…]

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