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GU Women Win Three At Palmetto State

GU Women Win Three At Palmetto State By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer Over spring break, both tennis teams headed to South Carolina, and while the fortunes for the women’s team are looking up after a 3-1 mark on the trip, the men continued to stumble, losing 3 of 4[Read More…]

by March 19, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

GU Begins to Organize Licensing Committee

GU Begins to Organize Licensing Committee By Andy Amend Hoya Staff Writer Students and administrators have begun organizing the university’s Licensing Implementation Committee, which will address issues related to the production of Georgetown apparel by licensed manufacturers. Dean of Students James A. Donahue said he hoped to have the committee[Read More…]

by March 5, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Congress May Cut Hospital Funding

Congress May Cut Hospital Funding Med Center Concerned Over Possibel Subsidy Loss By Jennifer Madjarov Hoya Staff Writer Students and administrators have begun organizing the university’s Licensing Implementation Committee, which will address issues related to the production of Georgetown apparel by licensed manufacturers. Dean of Students James A. Donahue said[Read More…]

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GU Plans Performing Arts Center

GU Plans Performing Arts Center Building Will Be Free for Groups’ Use By Niraj Pahlajani Hoya Staff Writer Georgetown University will have a new on-campus performing arts center dedicated to music and theatre performance and education sometime in the next two years, according to Janice Johnson, Executive Director of Development[Read More…]

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Forum Stresses Open Discussion

Forum Stresses Open Discussion By Tom Johnson Hoya Staff Writer Free speech is a necessary part of life at Georgetown University, even if some individuals don’t always respect it, agreed students, faculty and administrators in a forum held Tuesday about free speech on campus. The meeting was intended to create[Read More…]

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ANC Accepts Block Party Proposal

ANC Accepts Block Party Proposal By Molly Longstreth Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E unanimously passed Casey Mace’s (SFS ’99) proposal Tuesday for a charity spring block party. The party will be held Wednesday, May 5, the last day of undergraduate classes, from 1 to 8 p.m.[Read More…]

by March 5, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

You Can’t Read It If You’re Not Here

By Nick Johnston A Famous Hoya Columnist I already know that no one is going to read this. You know why? Spring break starts right now. This very instant. All of you should be on planes flying to Cancun or Europe or the Caribbean. You know where I am right[Read More…]

by March 5, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

There’s No Honor in News Edit(orializ)ing

By Tom Johnson Tom Johnson is a news editor for The Hoya. He has no opinion. He is the autonomic nerve whose electric impulse allows the higher cognitive elements on staff to think freely. His creative elan is limited to the fliratious interplay between bad headline breaks and character spacing.[Read More…]

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Dietary Supplements: The Seven Billion Dollar Business Scam

By Leslie Lousteau Like to lose a few pounds? Want to improve your memory and lessen your chances of heart disease? Trying to stay awake for that all-nighter? Or maybe you need to sleep better. These are a few reasons why tens of millions of people across the nation are[Read More…]

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Campus Opinion

What would you do with 5,000 copies of The Voice?   I’d shred them; paper shredders are cool. Kathleen Morrell, COL ’02 Use them as a pillow to sleep on the floor in the debate office. Zia Faruqui, COL ’01 House-train Jack the Bulldog. Seth Binder, SFS ’02 Never buy[Read More…]

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