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Women’s Hoops – Syracuse Proves Too Much for GU

By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown women basketball team’s NCAA tournament hopes suffered a devastating and perhaps irreparable setback last Saturday when conference rival Syracuse shocked the Hoyas with a 75-62 win in Syracuse, N.Y. The Hoyas fell to 13-9 on the season and 6-5 in the conference,[Read More…]

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Men’s Hoops – Hoyas Take Bite Out of Panthers

Boumtje-Boumtje, Braswell lead GU in Scoring Rampage Box Score By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer PITTSBURGH, Feb. 13 – It was just what Head Coach Craig Esherick has been looking for all season – a dominating presence down low and a consistent scorer. Esherick got just that and little[Read More…]

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When Silence Is Golden

When Silence Is Golden I sat down at Booeymonger’s Saturday night rather despondent. I’d been in a bad mood for the last few days, a situation not aided by the impeding deadline for my tutorial assignment – 25 new pages on my advisor’s desk Monday morning. So I sat in[Read More…]

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Dean Defends Women’s Studies Program

Dean Defends Women’s Studies Program By Anne D. Sullivan I write in response to Robert Swope’s article “Intellectualor Political Pursuit?” (Feb. 11, p. 3) to make clear the place of women’s studies in the Georgetown College curriculum. Swope had a personal field day telling us that he finds this course[Read More…]

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Society, Not Government, Should Dictate Charity

Society, Not Government, Should Dictate Charity By Anthony D. Riker The only demon imbedded in the concept of social justice is the idea that others, using the government, can seek to rectify injustices in our society. When a person takes it upon him or herself to petition the government to[Read More…]

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Catholic Separates Doctrine from Practice

Catholic Separates Doctrine from Practice Faggot. Homo. Dyke. Everyone was shocked and appalled to see that members of this campus could use slurs such as these. Georgetown University, bastion of intelligence and stronghold of understanding, is also home to at least a couple of homophobes. They can scream words like[Read More…]

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Study Faults Internet Sites For Violating User Privacy Policies

Georgetown Study Attracts Attention in Congress By Melissa ueller Hoya Staff Writer Many medical Web sites are compromising the privacy of their users by failing to meet security policies, a recent Georgetown University study found. The report, conducted by Georgetown’s Health Privacy Project, investigated 21 health-related Web sites and compared[Read More…]

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LAST CALL FOR ALCOHOL

Georgetown Icon Closes After 67 Years By Joe Harten and Kelly L. Karsner Hoya Staff Writers Eagle Wine & Liquor will shut its doors for the last time this Friday after 67 years in the Georgetown community. The store, which opened the day after Prohibition ended, is closing to allow[Read More…]

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Campus Briefs:

Guest Preacher Revisits Diversity at Georgetown The Rev. Dr. John I. Little, a Protestant preacher, delivered a sermon to members of the Georgetown community as part of a month-long series of guest ministers sponsored by the Protestant Worship Service Sunday. His sermon was accompanied by a performance of the Greater[Read More…]

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Search Continues For Off-Campus Housing

By Andreas Andrea Hoya Staff Writer While asking its students to “rest assured,” Georgetown is “quietly but furiously” looking into housing options for the 237 sophomores who were denied their preferred year of on-campus housing, according to Associate Director of Public Relations Bethany Hanley. Hanley would not comment on speculation[Read More…]

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