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Georgetown Wins Capital Cup

Georgetown Wins Capital Cup Hoyas Take Crown For Second Straight Year By Sarah Walsh Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown club rugby team dominated all other competition and outscored its opponents 79-0 to take home the title for the second year in a row in the Capital Cup Tournament last weekend.[Read More…]

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Hoyas Win! Hoyas Win!

Hoyas Win! Hoyas Win! 13-Game, 20-Day Losing Streak Ends By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer For the second time in as many games, the women’s lacrosse team came back from a second-half deficit to defeat a ranked team. This time it was the No. 14 George Mason Patriots who fell[Read More…]

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GU Fights Off GMU

GU Fights Off GMU NCAA Tournament Starts Next Week By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer For the second time in as many games, the women’s lacrosse team came back from a second-half deficit to defeat a ranked team. This time it was the No. 14 George Mason Patriots who fell[Read More…]

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St. John’s Stroms From MAAC

St. John’s Storms From MAAC By Karen Travers Hoya Staff Writer St. John’s University announced that it will be withdrawing from the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Football League, beginning June 1, 1999. The Red Storm will play this season as a Division I-AA independent, but will still have several MAAC[Read More…]

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Las Vegas Swingman Signs With Georgetown

Las Vegas Swingman Signs With Georgetown By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown men’s basketball team announced the signing of swingman Jason Burns to a national letter of intent. The 6-foot-5 Las Vegas native is the sixth high school senior to sign with Georgetown, joining forward Michael Sweetney[Read More…]

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Looking Back and Leaping Forward — Amir Sufi

Looking Back and Leaping Forward – Amir Sufi Former Hoya editor reflect upon their time at Georgetown and at The Hoya. I vaguely remember walking into that wretched excuse for a dormitory some call Harbin and the ascend up to the ninth floor – the sweaty stench of Phil Strunk[Read More…]

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Looking Back and Leaping Forward — Janelle Weber

Looking Back and Leaping Forward – Janelle Weber Former Hoya editor reflect upon their time at Georgetown and at The Hoya. I am planning a pilgrimage to Big Sur. Someday in the future when I have a moment’s respite from appointments, assignments and interviews, I will drive into the hills[Read More…]

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Looking Back and Leaping Forward — Stephanie Gatton

Looking Back and Leaping Forward – Stephanie Gatton Former Hoya editor reflect upon their time at Georgetown and at The Hoya. Toward the end of my sophomore year, I wrote a column for Ted Gup’s Journalism Workshop which was later published in The Hoya. Accompanying the columns of two other[Read More…]

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Protestant Ministry Cuts Cause Student Concern

Protestant Ministry Cuts Cause Student Concern By Rebecca Sinderbrand and Tom Johnson Hoya Staff Writers Students, alumni and faculty reacted harshly in a Thursday forum to the university’s decision to eliminate the only two full-time Protestant ministry positions at Georgetown. Over 250 attended a meeting in St. William’s Chapel with[Read More…]

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Brown Nominated For Chair of SAC

Brown Nominated For Chair of SAC By Clare McMahon Hoya Staff Writer GUSA President Ron Palmese (MSB ’00), interim SAC chair Jeff DeMartino (COL ’00) and GUSA Vice President Dennis Scott (MSB ’00) nominated Sacasha Brown (MSB ’00) Tuesday night as next year’s Student Activities Commission Chair, following a long[Read More…]

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