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Life Week has featured a bake sale to benefit a pregnancy center every year since it was established. However, the film screening, discussion events, diaper drive and Flag Day —  which used a visual display to depict the magnitude of abortion in the United States — differed from previous years’ programming.

GU Right to Life Hosts Annual Life Week

Georgetown University Right to Life, a student group that advocates on issues of human life including opposition to abortion and the death penalty, celebrated its annual Life Week April 8 to 14 to encourage discourse on pro-life issues ranging from the death penalty to abortion. The student group hosted six[Read More…]

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A historic bridge once used to carry streetcars traveling between Georgetown and the Maryland suburbs is set to be demolished.

Neighbors Question Plans to Demolish Disused Streetcar Bridge

An unused streetcar bridge in Glover-Archbold Park in danger of collapse may be demolished by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, raising concerns from local historical preservation advocates. The streetcar line that the bridge supports used to service an amusement park in the area until Washington, D.C.’s streetcar service was[Read More…]

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Congresswoman Decries Government Cuts’ Impact on Working Women

The dismantling of social safety net programs and federal agencies under President Donald Trump’s administration has disproportionately harmed working-class women, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.) said at an event hosted Tuesday evening by Georgetown University’s Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor. DeLauro, the U.S. Representative for Connecticut’s third district[Read More…]

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Conservative Speakers Advocate Prison Reform

The criminal justice system must be reformed at the state level through increased education programming for prisoners and less harsh penalties for minor crimes, a panel of conservative criminal justice advocates said at an event Tuesday evening. The panel, hosted by the Prisons and Justice Initiative, featured Grover Norquist, president[Read More…]

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CHRISTOVICH | Sho-Time in LA: Ohtani Injecting New Energy Into MLB

CHRISTOVICH | Sho-Time in LA: Ohtani Injecting New Energy Into MLB

If you follow baseball, social media or the news in any capacity, you probably have heard of the Major League Baseball’s rookie phenom, Los Angeles Angels pitcher Shohei Ohtani — MLB’s first two-way player since Babe Ruth. Only one week into the season, Ohtani sported a wins above replacement of[Read More…]

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BASEBALL | GU Wins Series Against Xavier

After dropping the first game of its home series against Xavier, the Georgetown baseball team won two consecutive extra-inning games last weekend and followed up with an away victory against the Naval Academy on Wednesday. The Hoyas (10-20, 2-1 Big East) opened Big East play with a 6-2 loss to[Read More…]

by April 12, 2018 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
SEWALL | Corruption Stains Greek Superleague

SEWALL | Corruption Stains Greek Superleague

Greek soccer has taken on some dark undertones in recent years. Greece’s historic run to become the 2004 European Cup champion with 80-1 odds is no longer a fresh thought in people’s minds. Rather, the joy that manifested itself in the heroic performances of Theodoros Zagorakis, the team’s captain, and[Read More…]

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Junior catcher Sarah Bennett leads the team with six home runs to go along with 20 runs batted in. Bennett is batting .277 with a .368 on-base percentage on the season.

SOFTBALL | Hoyas Take 2-of-3 in Chicago

Last weekend the Georgetown women’s softball team traveled to Chicago for a three-game series against DePaul, in which the Hoyas won two out of three games. Georgetown then traveled to Fairfax, Va., and suffered a narrow loss to George Mason on Wednesday. On Saturday, the Hoyas (11-27, 3-5 Big East)[Read More…]

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GOLDSTEIN: Solving the Club Culture Crisis

“Club culture” is one of Georgetown University’s most profound social crises — but it is also our most solvable. Our community has been denouncing club culture since at least 2013, when the student-made film “Sleep When You’re Dead” highlighted the central role of exclusive clubs in Georgetown’s social life and[Read More…]

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