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Georgetown Keeps Big East Hopes Alive

Georgetown Keeps Big East Hopes Alive By Michael Medici Hoya Staff Writer Facing an early-season must-win situation, in terms of Big East Conference positioning, the Georgetown men’s soccer team simply wouldn’t give up. Against a very physical Boston College team, the Hoyas continually kept the pressure on the Eagle defense[Read More…]

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New Coach for GU — Will There Be New Results’

New Coach for GU – Will There Be New Results? Ex-Assistant Wilk Out to Improve Program’s Quality By Mike Hume Hoya Staff Writer Should a fan in the crowd of a Georgetown baseball game attempt to spot Head Coach Pete Wilk sitting in the dugout they would indeed be hard[Read More…]

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GU Has No Shot Vs. ND

GU Has No Shot Vs. ND Hoyas Tie Panthers After Irish Rout By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer You can’t win if you don’t score. And you can’t score if you don’t shoot. The Georgetown women’s soccer team learned these basics the hard way over the course of the weekend[Read More…]

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Georgetown Takes Care of Another MAAC Foe

Georgetown Takes Care of Another MAAC Foe Mont Tosses Two TD Passes, Belli Rushes for Two More as GU Dismisses Iona with Shutout By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer It may have taken the team four weeks to notch its first shutout of the season, but the Georgetown football team[Read More…]

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Bum Rap for Frosh Elections

Bum Rap for Frosh Elections By Jeff DeMartino Salad Days “If you’ve got a problem – yo, I’ll solve it.” – freshman GUSA candidate Ted Bauer (COL ’03), by way of Vanilla Ice. A couple of weeks ago, one of GUSA President Ron Palmese’s (MSB ’00) student government boyz approached[Read More…]

by October 1, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Universal Agnosticism’ I Don’t Know

Universal Agnosticism? I Don’t Know By David Brodsky My insight for the work week, which I’m sure some of you will find particularly appalling, deals with those middle-ground few who simply refuse to make any sort of assertions when it comes to theology. I wanted to share with you some[Read More…]

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GFC Expands Student Capabilities

GFC Expands Student Capabilities By Tim Howard It would be grossly irresponsible of the GUSA executive administration to fail to respond to the recent largely unfounded criticisms that have come out against student-led corporate fundraising, specifically against the Georgetown Funding Commission. Recent criticisms can be broadly broken down into two[Read More…]

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GU Appoints Two Mediators To Resolve Faculty Disputes

GU Appoints Two Mediators To Resolve Faculty Disputes By Tim Sullivan Hoya Staff Writer University Provost Dorothy Brown has appointed Bonnie Oh of the Korean studies department and Joseph O’Connor, classics department chair, as university ombudspersons, effective today. This decision came as a response to a February 1996 request by[Read More…]

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New Plan To Face Old Problems

New Plan To Face Old Problems By Tom Johnson Hoya Staff Writer Georgetown administrators presented a rough draft of the university’s vision for the future to the Community Working Group last night. The group, which includes members of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission and other area residents, must approve the master[Read More…]

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University Outlines 10-Year Building Plan

Georgetown proposed projects for three new buildings, extensive renovations to existing buildings and an increase in the enrollment cap in a draft of its 2000-2010 master plan presented to the Community Working Group last night in Healy Hall. The meeting was the first of four in which the university will[Read More…]

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