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Hoya’s Is a Home For All Hoyas

By Jeff DeMartino Salad Days I cry a tear for Chadwick’s because it’s gone to the dogs. Back in the day, nobody could throw a party like Chad. The Wick was the place to be. Then people started getting hurt. Last year some poor guy got mauled by a blustery[Read More…]

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Freedom of Speech vs. Politcal Correctness

By Lindsay Kallen This is about intolerance. This is about 5,000 copies of The Voice that were successfully disposed of and the numerous copies of The Academy that were successfully transported into campus dumpsters. This is about prejudice, segregation and the inability of individuals to have faith in other individuals[Read More…]

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New Stair Covers in ICC Provide Traction, Bring Smiles to Faces

By Joseph Musemuci What a lovely surprise! After leaving campus for one week for Spring Break, we return to be greeted by brand new stair covers in ICC! My sincere and heartfelt thanks to any and all parties responsible for the change. If you haven’t stopped by to see the[Read More…]

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Georgetown vs. Princeton

Georgetown vs. Princeton NIT Tournament Georgetown, 47 HOYAS Min FG FT 0-T A PF Pts Burton 34 5-8 2-3 2-6 2 3 14 Watkins 20 0-3 0-1 2-4 0 2 0 Boutmje” ” 34 3-10 3-4 1-5 1 0 9 Braswell 29 3-16 3-4 4-8 2 3 10 Perry 33[Read More…]

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Two Wins Help Georgetown to No. 6 Ranking

Two Wins Help Georgetown to No. 6 Ranking By Karen Travers Hoya Staff Writer The No. 6 ranked Georgetown men’s lacrosse team came away with two wins over spring break to improve to 3-0 for the season. The Hoyas crushed Army, 22-6, and held off a feisty Butler squad, 22-16.[Read More…]

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No. 10 Hoyas Put the Squeeze on No. 17 Orangewomen

No. 10 Hoyas Put the Squeeze on No. 17 Orangewomen By Catherine Armentano Special to the Hoya Ranked 10th by the latest Brine poll, the Georgetown’s women’s lacrosse team rebounded from a loss to Penn State with a resounding 17-9 win over Syracuse on Wednesday. All-American sophomore attack Sheehan Stanwick[Read More…]

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Georgetown’s Season Ends vs. Princeton

Georgetown’s Season Ends Vs. Princeton By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer PRINCETON, N.J., March 10 – It was a game of storylines – revenge for old wounds as well as a battle of brothers. But in the end, for the Georgetown men’s basketball team, it was a familiar end[Read More…]

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For Georgetown, the Agony of Defeat Exposed Weaknesses

For Georgetown, the Agony of Defeat Exposed Weaknesses By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer The 1998-99 campaign ended much like it started for the Georgetown men’s basketball team. Against Princeton on March 10, the Hoyas seemed almost clueless on offense. Horrid shooting, caused in a large part by a[Read More…]

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Georgetown Musters School-Record 32 Runs in Wednesday’s Win Over Deleware State

Georgetown Musters School-Record 32 Runs in Wednesday’s Win Over Delaware State By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer In a wild week of baseball, the Hoyas dropped to .500, winning one on Wednesday while losing on both Tuesday and Thursday. The week started out mellow enough with a 3-2 extra-inning loss[Read More…]

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Georgetown Does It Cali Style

Georgetown Does It Cali Style By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer Last week, Georgetown baseball spent its spring break in California, yet Kirk Mason’s ball club received no break from baseball, battling Pacific, Menlo College and Cal State-Hayward. Georgetown won two of three games on the West Coast, lifting them[Read More…]

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