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by April 23, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Eight New Faces Join GUSA in High-Turnout Rep Elections

Eight New Faces Join GUSA in High-Turnout Rep Elections Voter Turnout Hits 41 Percent By Jean Weinberg Hoya Staff Writer Forty-one percent of eligible students voted onday for next year’s sophomore, junior and senior GUSA representatives, in an election where 34 candidates ran for 12 positions. Voters also approved referendums[Read More…]

by April 23, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Leaders of SAC Resign

Leaders of SAC Resign By Molly Longstreth Hoya Staff Writer Outgoing Student Activities Commission Chair Nicole Kay (SFS ’99) and Vice-Chair Holly Singh (SFS ’99) resigned Monday night in protest of the selection process for next year’s SAC chair. Outgoing GUSA President John Glennon (COL ’99) has appointed former SAC[Read More…]

by April 23, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Students Under 21 Barred From Hoya’s Thursdays

Students Under 21 Barred From Hoya’s Thursdays By Molly Longstreth Hoya Staff Writer University administrators decided Tuesday to stop admitting those under 21 to Hoya’s bar on Thursday nights and other evenings featuring student-sponsored events, such as student bartending or last night’s karaoke contest. Each student entering Hoya’s on these[Read More…]

by April 23, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Corp To Open ‘More Uncommon Grounds’ Coffee Cart in ICC

Corp To Open ‘More Uncommon Grounds’ Coffee Cart in ICC By Tina Morin Hoya Staff Writer Georgetown students will soon be able to satisfy their craving for coffee without having to trek to Leavey Center. The Corp is scheduled to open a coffee cart, called More Uncommon Grounds, or M.U.G.,[Read More…]

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Tennis Team Struggles Continue

Tennis Team Struggles Continue By Sarah Walsh Hoya Staff Writer Struggling to overcome dismal play all season and to rebound from three losses last weekend, the Georgetown tennis teams will have a difficult time competing in this weekend’s Big East Championships in Miami. The men enter the tournament seeded eighth[Read More…]

by April 23, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Losing Takes Toll on Georgetown

Losing Takes Toll on Georgetown By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown baseball team’s season-long struggle reached a new level of frustration this week with their tenth consecutive loss, the longest and most painful streak in Head Coach Kirk Mason’s six-year career at Georgetown. “It’s a tough situation,” Mason[Read More…]

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GU, Dusseau Overcome Hobart, Refs

GU, Dusseau Overcome Hobart, Refs Hoyas Ranked Sixth Nationally By Karen Travers Hoya Staff Writer At times it seemed like the Georgetown men’s lacrosse team was battling two opponents on Harbin Field last Saturday – the Hobart Statesmen and the referees. Georgetown, pulled out a 14-10 win over unranked Hobart[Read More…]

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Despite Weather, GU Shines

Despite Weather, GU Shines By Steve Harris Hoya Staff Writer This past weekend both the women’s and men’s Georgetown crew teams took to the water. The women rowed against North Carolina and Duke on Saturday, and then California and Michigan State on Sunday. All races were on the Potomac River.[Read More…]

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Briefs

Sports Briefs By Sarah Walsh Hoya Staff Writer Swimming Team Earns Academic All-American Honors For the ninth consecutive semester, Georgetown’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were honored as Academic All-American Teams by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America for their academic achievements in the fall 1998. The[Read More…]

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