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HAMPERS | Fans Should Respect Players’ Retirement From National Teams

HAMPERS | Fans Should Respect Players’ Retirement From National Teams

When France faced Croatia in the World Cup final this July, an estimated 1 billion people — over 13 percent of the world’s population — tuned into the event. This viewership figure dwarfs that of the all-time most-watched American sporting event, Super Bowl XLIX, by a factor of 10 to one.[Read More…]

by September 6, 2018 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top, Sports Columns
RAMLOW: Rodriguez’s Legacy Remains Tarnished

RAMLOW: Rodriguez’s Legacy Remains Tarnished

In the past few years, several baseball icons have retired, among them a group of New York Yankees that defined a generation of Major League Baseball. Now, another iconic figure — Alex Rodriguez — has left the game behind. But where Mariano Rivera and Derek Jeter went out with standing ovations around[Read More…]

by August 9, 2016 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
CRAIGE: Messi Retires in Aftermath of Copa Final Loss

CRAIGE: Messi Retires in Aftermath of Copa Final Loss

While our number of soccer games to watch has sadly dwindled rapidly the past few weeks, it is still exciting, as the quality of the games has increased. One of the tournaments, the Copa América, has already ended. The centennial of the tournament, it was definitely a special one as[Read More…]

by July 1, 2016 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
Pierce Reflects On Tenure, Future of Georgetown

Pierce Reflects On Tenure, Future of Georgetown

When former University Registrar John Q. Pierce (CAS ’72) first came to Georgetown in 1968 as a “day hop,” or a commuting student, Healy Hall — now an administrative and academic building — was the center of student life. Campus served as refuge for Vietnam War protestors and course registration[Read More…]

by January 29, 2016 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top
Registrar John Q. Pierce Retires

Registrar John Q. Pierce Retires

Former University Registrar John Q. Pierce (CAS ’72) announced in a Jan. 8 email to the Georgetown community that he has left the position of registrar and will instead serve as an assistant provost in the registrar’s office before retiring at the end of the spring semester. Pierce has worked[Read More…]

by January 22, 2016 1 comment Campus News, News, News - Top
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Anne Sullivan, a senior associate dean of the College, will retire after four decades at Georgetown, with an unparalleled reputation for student care.

After 43 Years of Distinct Attention, Sullivan Retires

For many students in the Georgetown University Class of 2015, the year’s upcoming commencement ceremonies will reflect an incredible life steppingstone, serving as the culmination of their undergraduate experiences. For College Senior Associate Dean Anne Sullivan, however, the upcoming commencements will mark a different milestone: her retirement, coming after a[Read More…]

by May 15, 2015 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top

Ignoring the Noise, Ray Retires on Top

It’s safe to say Ray Lewis will be remembered for a lot. His mysterious white suit from that fateful night in 2000. His squirrel dance. His pregame pep talks. His bone-crushing tackles. Oh, and some deer antler spray. But for a second, forget all that. Forget the allegations and the[Read More…]

by February 8, 2013 0 comments Sports

Schall Interview With The Hoya

THE HOYA: What led you to make this your last semester of teaching? SCHALL: Not any one thing, of course. In a broad sense, the day comes for everyone when he must decide. Just when is the best time is prudential, a judgment. I have had a number of annoying[Read More…]

by December 7, 2012 0 comments Campus News

Kieran Raval (COL ’13)

I first met Fr. James Schall, S.J., in April 2008 while visiting Georgetown as a junior in high school. Instead of watching Pope Benedict XVI drive by my hotel, I walked up to campus to sit in on Fr. Schall’s “Elements of Political Theory” class. Though I had a ticket to see the Holy Father[Read More…]

by December 6, 2012 0 comments Campus News

Sean P. Redmond (SFS ’97, GRD ’00, MBA ’11)

On the advice of my high school philosophy teacher, I listed Fr. James Schall’s, S.J., “Elements of Political Theory” course as my top choice in my first semester here in 1993. To this day, I remain glad I did. Fr. Schall introduced me to the Socratic method of teaching whereby he would pace through[Read More…]

by December 6, 2012 0 comments Campus News