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The Catholic Question

The Catholic Question Newman Conference to Address University – Church Relations By Heather Burke Hoya Staff Writer The National Conference of Catholic Bishops will prepare a final set of guidelines next month on ways for Catholic colleges and universities to strengthen their religious identity. This weekend, the Cardinal Newman Society[Read More…]

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GUSA Sponsors Art Contest; Winner to Appear in Hoya’s

GUSA Sponsors Art Contest; Winner to Appear in Hoya’s By Tracy Zupancis Special to the Hoya Hoya’s bar and restaurant will be permanently decorated with student artwork later this fall following a GUSA-sponsored competition. GUSA president Ron Palmese (MSB ’00) announced last Friday that the association will accept submissions from[Read More…]

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Daley Envisions Middle East Prosperity

Daley Envisions Middle East Prosperity Secretary to Encourage Regional Cooperation on Trip By Kristin Bateman Special to the Hoya U.S. Secretary of Commerce William Daley stressed the important connections between a prosperous regional economy and lasting peace in the Middle East in a speech yesterday in Gaston Hall. Daley will[Read More…]

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African American Enrollment For Freshmen at Decade High

African American Enrollment For Freshmen at Decade High By Peter Ambler Hoya Staff Writer This year’s freshman class is made up of a greater percentage of African American students than in all other classes in this past decade. The freshman class this year is 8 percent African American, while in[Read More…]

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Mailboxes Etc. To Take Over Hoya Station

Mailboxes Etc. To Take Over Hoya Station GU to Save over $100,000 By Molly Longstreth Hoya Staff Writer Mailboxes Etc., a privately owned mailing company, will take over Georgetown’s Hoya Station and save the university over $100,000 a year, according to Associate Vice President of Auxiliary Services Marjory Bryant. Bryant[Read More…]

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Pribram Receives Havel Prize For Work in Neuroscience

Pribram Receives Havel Prize For His Work in Neuroscience By Andreas Andrea Hoya Staff Writer Karl Pribram, Ph.D., accepted the first Dagmar and Vaclav Havel Prize at Charles University in Prague on Tuesday. Pribram is a Distinguished Professor of Cognitive Sciences at Georgetown and is world-famous for his achievements in[Read More…]

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Villanova Has Little Trouble As Georgetown’s Postseason Hopes Dim

Villanova Has Little Trouble As Georgetown’s Postseason Hopes Dim Wildcats Handle Hoyas at Harbin Field; GU Continues to Flounder in Conference Action By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown women’s soccer team needed a win against Villanova on Thursday to keep its team goal of qualifying for its first-ever[Read More…]

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GU Drops GMU in Four Games

GU Drops GMU in Four Games By Ted Bauer Hoya Staff Writer Despite occasional poor play, the Georgetown volleyball team improved its record to 16-3 on Wednesday night in Fairfax, Va., defeating the George Mason Patriots in four games (15-4, 14-16, 15-12, 15-8). The Hoyas remain 1-1 in Big East[Read More…]

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When There’s a Willey, There’s a Way for Georgetown Swimming, Water Polo

Where There’s a Willey, There’s a Way for Georgetown Swimming, Water Polo By Meredith McCloskey Hoya Staff Writer Despite the large number of people on campus who are unaware of the fact that there is, indeed, a pool in Yates Field House, there are many who are somewhat familiar with[Read More…]

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Football: Marist Next for Streaking GU

Marist Next for Streaking GU Georgetown Takes Winning Ways to Poughkeepsie, N.Y. By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer Outscoring your opponents by an average margin of 26 points (34.8 -8.8) does not tend to make for lots of nail-biters, and look for that trend to continue for the Georgetown football[Read More…]

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