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I Don’t Know’ That’s OK

I Don’t Know? That’s OK By Nadia Fomin Some say agnostics are just atheists without the conviction of their beliefs. They take the easy way out and say “I don’t know” instead of “I do or do not believe.” Since David Brodsky urges us to make up our minds (The[Read More…]

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What Do Georgetown and Kathie Lee Gifford Have in Common’

What Do Georgetown and Kathie Lee Gifford Have in Common? By Laura McSpedon and Vanessa Waldref The large room is dirty and overcrowded with extremely poor ventilation, packed with about 500 sewing machines. Over the course of a 10- to 12-hour shift (for which they are not paid overtime), each[Read More…]

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How to Not Annoy Your Class

How to Not Annoy Your Class By Colin Relihan Slowly Losing My Mind “It is better to keep your mouth shut and appear stupid than to open it and remove all doubt.” – Mark Twain Unfortunately, not everyone at Georgetown follows this advice. Whatever happened to speaking plainly and succinctly?[Read More…]

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Georgetown Students Protest Death Penalty

Georgetown Students Protest Death Penalty By Tim Sullivan Hoya Staff Writer Ten Georgetown students joined in a protest by approximately 40 people of the United States’ death penalty policies yesterday at the Supreme Court. Members of the Georgetown Campaign to End the Death Penalty attended the protest, held to coincide[Read More…]

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O’Donovan ‘Kicks Off’ New York Campaign

GU Sets Fund Raising Record By Ian Palko Hoya Staff Writer University President Leo J. O’Donovan, S.J., traveled to New York last week to headline one of several “kickoff events” this year for Georgetown’s Third Century fundraising campaign. The effort this year to continue raising money comes on the heels[Read More…]

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Law Center Launches New Court

Law Center Launches New Court `Moot Court’ to Aid Supreme Court Lawyers By Tracy Zupancis Special to the Hoya This year the new Supreme Court Institute at the Georgetown Law Center will play host to attorneys appearing before the U.S. Supreme Court who want help from faculty members in improving[Read More…]

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Four Elected as GUSA Reps

Four Elected as GUSA Reps New South has low voter turnout By Jean Weinberg Hoya Staff Writer Approximately 50 percent of the freshman class voted in the GUSA elections for representative on Friday. Jamaal Young (SFS), Trey Street (SFS), Sean Hawks (SFS) and Melissa Foy (COL) were elected. The top[Read More…]

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Three Freshmen Tie for CAC

Three Freshmen Tie for CAC Runoff Election Scheduled for Thursday By Heath Carter Hoya News Writer The College Academic Council will hold a runoff election this Thursday to fill the fourth spot for the freshman class. The council held a general electionWednesday, Sept. 29 in which Mita enezes and Justin[Read More…]

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Carroll Coaches Hoyas Crenshaw-Style

Carroll Coaches Hoyas Crenshaw-Style By Matt Serventi Hoya Staff Writer Struggling through a six-game losing streak, the Hoyas sought inspiration through the comeback victory of the United States golf team in the Ryder Cup. It must have worked, as the Georgetown field hockey team ended its skid Saturday afternoon with[Read More…]

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Hoyas Ranked Fifth in Nation

Hoyas Ranked Fifth in Nation By Pat Rial Special to The Hoya The Georgetown sailing team demonstrated remarkable ability this weekend while competing in three different regattas. Georgetown is ranked fifth in the nation and expects to make an appearance at nationals this year. Georgetown captured the win at the[Read More…]

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