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Cult Warning Fliers Require Warnings of Their Own

Cult Warning Fliers Require Warnings of Their Own By Dave Heaton Cults. They’re all over the place. They set up tables in Red Square, they confront unsuspecting diners in Fast Break and they even infiltrate dorms all over campus . like Copley. Haven’t you seen them? It’s that time of[Read More…]

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O’Donovan Not the Ideal Jesuit as Our University President

O’Donovan Not the Ideal Jesuit as Our University President By Robert Swope There was a time at Georgetown when it was expected that the faculty and administration would act in a manner that accorded a place of respect for the teachings of the Catholic church. There was a time when[Read More…]

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Prosecutor Argues Malicious Property Damage Must Stop

Prosecutor Argues Malicious Property Damage Must Stop By Marianela Peralta, Esq. Over the course of two semesters (last spring and this fall), I have observed what appears to me to be a pattern of destruction of university and student property. The incidents took place over a period of time and[Read More…]

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Hoya Humanitarians Combat Hunger

Hoya Humanitarians Combat Hunger Group Attends Workshops at Trinity College By Peter Ambler Hoya Staff Writer Six Georgetown students representing the Community Action Coalition and several other service organizations attended the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness to learn new ways to expand awareness of hunger and homelessness on[Read More…]

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FLL Presents Uffizi Exhibit

FLL Presents Uffizi Exhibit By Molly Longstreth Hoya Staff Writer Director of the Uffizi Gallery Dr. Annamaria Petrioli-Tofani presented a lecture and guided visitors through an exhibit of 15th- and 16th-century drawings from the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy. The exhibit, displayed Wednesday in the Center for Contemporary Art Studies[Read More…]

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GU Drinking Report Distributed to Residents

GU Drinking Report Distributed to Residents By David Wong Hoya Staff Writer Dean of Students James A. Donahue recently presented local community groups with a report on student binge drinking, sharing with the general public for the first time a candid account of the role of alcohol in campus life[Read More…]

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ANC Approves Canal Road Project

ANC Approves Canal Road Project Vote Passes 5-2 at Meeting By Tracy Zupancis Hoya Staff Writer Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E approved plans for the Canal Road Project with a vote of 5-2 on Tuesday evening. Designed by the Federal Highway Administration, the proposed plan calls for a traffic signal at[Read More…]

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Group Shows Support for GU Postal Workers

Group Shows Support for GU Postal Workers Petition Asks for Information Disclosure, Jobs Guarantee By Tim Sullivan Hoya Staff Writer Members of the Georgetown Solidarity Committee circulated a petition this week urging the university to impose a moratorium on the proposed changeover of Hoya Station to Mailboxes Etc. According to[Read More…]

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Coping With Sports’ Down Time

Please. The period between the end of the World Series and the beginning of the Georgetown basketball season is always the worst time of year for me. I know the NBA has started, but these games mean nothing. The same goes for the NHL. College football only happens once a[Read More…]

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Georgetown Stays Close But Is No Match for UConn

The Hoyas represented the Mid-Atlantic division of the Big East as the No. 4 seed. But their mere presence in the tournament was more important than the outcome of the game in many ways. The Hoyas had their work cut out for them playing the No. 17 Connecticut Huskies, who[Read More…]

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