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InterHall Seeks to Improve Student Dorm Life

InterHall Seeks to Improve Student Dorm Life By Peter Ambler Hoya Staff Writer InterHall, a two year-old student organization created to improve residential life for students on campus, has increased membership this year, and hopes to become a more active source of student entertainment, according to President Peter Freeman (SFS[Read More…]

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None of My Business

None of My Business By Jeff DeMartino Salad Days “At least I’ll have a job.” I hope that girl saw my jaw drop when she said it. I’ve never heard such a potentially ignorant reason for majoring in finance. But the night was unraveling and the Grolsch was gratis –[Read More…]

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College Democrats

College Democrats By Lauren Tabak One would think that explaining why I am a Democrat would be a piece of cake. But this has not been an easy task. Simply put, I am a Democrat because my background and my experiences allow me to more closely identify with the views[Read More…]

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College Republicans

College Republicans By Mike Bober The question “why am I a Republican?” is deceptive in its simplicity. It assumes that there is an easy answer, a formula into which you can plug a couple of answers to determine your political affiliation. In some ways, that is true. Most people who[Read More…]

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Campus Opinion

Who would you like to see in a Celebrity Deathmatch?   Britney Spears vs. Monica Lewinsky. Michael Woods, COL ’00 Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Martha Stewart. Mike Green, COL ’02 Shannen Doherty vs. Sarah Michelle Gellar Uncommon Grounds Staff Pearl Jam vs. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers (original singers[Read More…]

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Georgetown Shellacked Twice by Navy

Georgetown Shellacked Twice by Navy By Peter Hamby Special to the Hoya Rugby is rough. Exhibit A: this Saturday’s matches between Georgetown and Navy. The Hoyas, with a roster of 60 players this year, brought their “A” and “B” sides to Annapolis to face the Midshipmen, but lost 65-3 and[Read More…]

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Hoyas Set for Battle at Bull Run

Hoyas Set for Battle at Bull Run By Mike Hume Hoya Staff Writer On Sunday, the Georgetown’s women’s cross country team will take a trip to Bull Run, Va., to compete in the George Washington Invitational. In addition to host George Washington, the Hoyas will also face James Madison, who[Read More…]

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GU Wins Ugly One Vs. Visiting UMBC

GU Wins Ugly One Vs. Visiting UMBC By Ted Bauer Special to the Hoya Bleary eyed and barely vertical, the Georgetown volleyball team lurched into McDonough Arena at 6 a.m. Wednesday morning. Sick and aching, many with Ace bandages wrapped around their knees and skid marks on their legs from[Read More…]

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American Stuns GU in OT

American Stuns GU in OT By Karen Travers Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown women’s soccer team lost a tough match in overtime to cross-town rival American yesterday on Reeves Field, falling 1-0 to the Eagles. The Hoyas fall to 5-3-0 on the season, while the Eagles improve to 3-4-0. The[Read More…]

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Let’s Root, Root for the Home Team

Let’s Root, Root for the Home Team By John Nagle What is this world coming to? According to the Sept. 16 edition of The Washington Post, fifth-grader Eric Nutter was disciplined by his teacher at Western Reserve Middle School near Cleveland for wearing a Kordell Stewart jersey to school on[Read More…]

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