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Sullivan: Spring Training Sparks Fever

Spring Training Sparks Fever By Tim Sullivan “Well beat the drum and hold the phone, the sun came out today; we’re born again there’s new grass on the field . anyone can understand the way I feel.” When I sat down to write my column on Wednesday, its fair to[Read More…]

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Hoops: Preview Georgetown v. Pitt

Pittsburgh Looks for Revenge Against Georgetown When: Saturday, Noon. Where: MCI Center (20,600) TV: None Radio: WWRC (570 AM) All-Time Series: Georgetown leads, 24-10 Last Meeting: Georgetown won, 72-65, on Feb. 13 at Fitzgerald Field House. Notes: In these two teams’ last meeting, the Hoyas survived a late charge by[Read More…]

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Student Input to Influence Future Use of New South

Student Input to Influence Future Use of New South By Tracy Zupancis Hoya Staff Writer The fate of the New South cafeteria remains uncertain as administrators plan to receive student input suggesting prospective uses for the space which will be vacated when the Southwest Quadrangle’s cafeteria is completed. This area[Read More…]

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Psychiatry Professor Explains New Treatment

Psychiatry Professor Explains New Treatment By Anne Rittman Hoya Staff Writer Robert J. Hedaya, M.D., a clinical professor of psychiatry at Georgetown University Hospital’s Department of Psychiatry, signed copies of his groundbreaking book about treatment of depression Thursday afternoon in the Georgetown University Medical Bookstore. Hedaya’s book, “The Antidepressant Survival[Read More…]

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GSC Fasts in Support of UPenn Sit-In

GSC Fasts, Supports UPenn Sit-In By Kristin Bateman Hoya Staff Writer Earlier this week 11 Georgetown students joined students from over 60 campuses nation-wide in a two-day fast in support of the efforts of students at the University of Pennsylvania, who were staging a sit-in in the office of their[Read More…]

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Father Of Bombing Victim Shares Thoughts

Father Of Bombing Victim Shares Thoughts By Trudy Garber Hoya Staff Writer Through an anecdotal speech about his daughter Julie, one of the 168 people killed in the Oklahoma City bombing, Bob Welch explained his position against the death penalty. Welch spoke in the ICC Auditorium on Wednesday night about[Read More…]

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Dialogues Unite Hindus, Muslims

Dialogues Unite Hindus, Muslims By Kevin Brogan Hoya Staff Writer Several campus groups sponsored “A Hindu-Muslim Dialogue,” a panel discussion on Tuesday night at Copley Formal Lounge that focused on the importance and possibility of harmony between the two faiths. The dialogue, sponsored by Campus Ministry, GU Special Programs, South[Read More…]

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Club Sport Funding Considered

Club Sport Funding Considered By Dave Heaton Hoya Staff Writer Members of the Georgetown community met with Dean of Students James A. Donahue last week to investigate the possibility of university recognition of club sports. The group, led by Director of Student Programs Mary Kay Schneider, included members of the[Read More…]

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Problems Persist with Housing Shortage

Problems Persist with Housing Shortage SDHS Deadline Passes, Off-Campus Search Continues By Andreas Andrea Hoya Staff Writer Leaders of Students Demanding Housing Solutions received a response from the administration yesterday regarding university measures addressing the housing shortage that has left 237 sophomores without accommodations for next year. However, the school[Read More…]

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VPS Program Offers Opportunity for Summer of Service

VPS Program Offers Opportunity for Summer of Service By Beth Hanson Hoya Staff Writer For the past two summers, the Georgetown Volunteer and Public Service Board has sponsored a program that combines the Jesuit commitment to community service, summer employment for Georgetown students and an opportunity for local high school[Read More…]

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