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Clubs Protest Quality of Vans

Clubs Protest Quality of Vans By Tim Haggerty Hoya Staff Writer “Happy Harry” from Alcoholics Anonymous was the savior of Melissa Marinelli (COL ’01) when a dead battery in her VPS van left her at a pay phone on 5th Street and K Street without transportation back to the university.[Read More…]

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Students, Administration Discuss Food Fight

Students, Administration Discuss Food Fight Donahue Says Future Block Parties Will Depend on Status of Food Fight By Brian Zuanich Hoya Staff Writer In response to the at least $3,600 in damage to the New South Cafeteria from the Oct. 30 food fight, Dean of Students James A. Donahue called[Read More…]

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Family Donates Lyricist’s Music To University

Family Donates Lyricist’s Music To University By Rebecca Sinderbrand Hoya Staff Writer All Joe Raposo wanted was to write the next great MGM musical. Unfortunately for him – but not for the rest of us – he was born about 20 years too late. So he became a new kind[Read More…]

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GUSA President, VP Join Calls for Reform

GUSA President, VP Join Calls for Reform Referendum Issue Still Unresolved By Clare McMahon Hoya Staff Writer A surprising turn of events at Tuesday’s GUSA Assembly meeting has made it unclear what will happen next in the ongoing debate over a proposed constitutional convention, raising questions of procedure and authority[Read More…]

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GU Faces No Easy Task with UConn

GU Faces No Easy Task with UConn Big East Semifinal Matches Two High-Powered Offenses By Michael Medici Hoya Staff Writer After the whirlwind that was the first round of the Big East men’s soccer tournament, the dust is now settled, and let the analysis begin for this weekend’s semifinal and[Read More…]

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From Russia, No Love

From Russia, No Love Final Exhibition Ends With Hoyas Being Blown Out By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer In their last exhibition, the Georgetown women’s basketball team was shut down by the Russian Select Team, 81-53, before 429 spectators Tuesday evening in McDonough Arena. Center Maria Stepanova had a[Read More…]

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Georgetown Stays Alive with Overtime Goal

Georgetown Stays Alive with Overtime Goal Kvello’s Goal Sets Up Meeting Today with Connecticut By Michael Medici Hoya Staff Writer You knew they were going to win. They had to. For the entire game, Georgetown played its game, controlling the midfield and dominating in their defensive zone. The tempo was[Read More…]

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Swim Teams Rout Towson

Swim Teams Rout Towson By Meredith McCloskey Hoya Staff Writer Both Georgetown’s men’s and women’s swim teams crushed Towson this past weekend in Yates Field House. The men outscored Towson 130-95, while the women also won by a large margin, 133-93. The men’s win was encouraging, considering the Hoyas won[Read More…]

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Georgetown Ends Fall Season on Sour Note

Georgetown Ends Fall Season on Sour Note Men’s Women’s Teams Fall at ITAs By Steve Harris Hoya Staff Writer Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams competed this past weekend in the ITA Regional Singles and Doubles Championships. The winners of the tournaments, featuring the top college players from the[Read More…]

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Ex-Hoya Millen Arrested Again

Ex-Hoya Millen Arrested Again Less Than Week After Jailed for Trespassing, Millen Returns to Campus By Sean P. Flynn and Karen Travers Hoya Staff Writers Former Hoya basketball player Kevin Millen (GSB ’95) was arrested for the second time in five days Monday, both times on charges of trespassing on[Read More…]

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