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Clyde’s Considering New Restaurant on the Potomac

Upscale Eatery Would Float on Three Barges By Andreas Andrea Hoya Staff Writer Clyde’s Restaurant group, which manages Clyde’s and The Tombs, is moving closer to realizing their 15-year-old plan to build a restaurant on the Potomac River. The restaurant would be built on three barges in the river and[Read More…]

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Campus Briefs

VILLANOVA, Pa., March 24 – The staff of the Conservative Column added to their troubles with the university last week when their column was confiscated after what appears to be an apparent misunderstanding between administration and the CC. Hours after the arch 15 edition was distributed, Tom Mogan, director of[Read More…]

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Sen. Levin: Hateful Acts Continue to Plague Nation

By Tom Johnson Hoya Staff Writer Senator Carl Levin (D-Mich.) pledged his endorsement yesterday of a federal Hate Crimes Prevention Act that, if passed into law, would expand the definition of hate crimes to include crimes committed because of the victim’s sexual orientation, gender or disability. It would also allow[Read More…]

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GU Leaves Fair Labor Association

O’Donovan Accepts LIC Plan, Joins Workers’ Rights Consortium By Anne Rittman Hoya Staff Writer University President Leo J. O’Donovan, S.J., announced yesterday that Georgetown University will withdraw from the Fair Labor Association and join the Workers’ Rights Consortium following a recommendation from the Licensing Implementation Committee. The decision caps a[Read More…]

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Yates, Lauinger to Offer Extended Evening Hours

By Joe Harten Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown on-campus community is taking steps to extend its hours. Recent initiatives by the GUSA student services committee have started the ball rolling on extending hours of operation for the Yates Field House and Lauinger Library. “The goal is to try to give[Read More…]

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Student Artists Honored for Hoya’s Work

By Trudy Garber Hoya Staff Writer The Leavey branch of the GUSA student services committee organized a fine arts contest this year in order to acquire student artwork that would hang as decoration in the Leavey Center. A dinner was held on Monday night at Hoya’s to honor the four[Read More…]

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Gallucci Receives Award

By Tracy Zupancis Hoya Staff Writer The National Capital Area Political Science Association awarded Dean of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service Robert L. Gallucci the annual Pi Sigma Alpha Award on Saturday, March 4. The award recognizes annually a political scientist who has made an important contribution[Read More…]

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Jr. Circuit Weak without Jr. Griffey

Athletic Supporter Jr. Circuit Weak without Jr. Griffey By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer It is getting to be that time of year again, when the grass is turning green, shorts are becoming the clothing of choice and baseball starts. Spring training is a sign that baseball is on the[Read More…]

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Flynn: The Glory Days Of Sports Radio

The Glory Days Of Sports Radio By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer I feel young again. Like it was when I was young, instead of music on the radio, it’s broadcast sports. I caught the end of the Tulsa-North Carolina thriller on the radio Sunday afternoon. I listened to[Read More…]

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