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GU to Duke It Out in Opener

 

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Georgetown Holds Off Providence, Earns Fifth Consecutive Win

Georgetown Holds Off Providence, Earns Fifth Consecutive Win Box Score By Sarah Walsh Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown women’s basketball team extended their winning streak to five games with Wednesday’s narrow 64-61 win over Providence. This win puts the Hoyas in fifth place in the Big East, and places them[Read More…]

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Hoyas Make Comeback, Gain Victory

Hoyas Make Comeback, Gain Victory Strong Second Half Makes Up for First Box Score By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer The first half looked like a continuation of the previous game’s blunders. Missed layups, poor offense and turnovers marked Georgetown’s loss to Miami on Wednesday, and for 20 minutes[Read More…]

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Who Are These Media Sluts’

 

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The Hoya — Men’s Basketball, Georgetown at Notre Dame

Men’s Basketball Box Score: Georgetown 62, Notre Dame 53 Georgetown Player Min FG FT O-T A PF Pts. Burton 28 5-9 0-5 2-2 0 0 11 Watkins 25 2-5 1-1 2-7 2 3 5 Boumtje” ” 28 3-11 0-2 2-7 1 4 6 Braswell 28 5-13 2-4 3-6 4 3[Read More…]

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Reflections on the Loss of Jordan’s King Hussein

By Omar Al-Kadi The tragic loss of his Majesty King Hussein of Jordan on Feb. 7, 1999 has left a scar in the hearts of many, including myself. I run short of adjectives describing His Majesty – the father, the brother, the friend. He was the father of two dear[Read More…]

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Campus Opinion

Finish the peom: ‘Roses are Red, Violets are Blue…’   I love Georgetown, Go grey and blue Danielle Shillam, SFS ’02 Sugar is sweet, And so are you. Marielle Courtines, COL ’02 Liquor before beer, Or else you’ll spew. Matt Payne, Col ’01 You’d look a lot better, After a[Read More…]

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Opening Minds to Conservativism

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GUSA’s Funding Frozen

GUSA’s Funding Frozen By Clare McMahon Hoya Staff Writer The Student Activity Commission voted unanimously Wednesday night to freeze GUSA’s budget until GUSA comes into compliance with several SAC regulations, according to SAC Commissioner Adam Thompson (SFS ’01). Thompson said GUSA failed to deposit its profits from last semester’s course[Read More…]

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Bill Maher Performs at Georgetown

Bill Maher Performs at Georgetown By Tom Johnson Hoya Staff Writer Comedian Bill Maher was anything but politically correct Wednesday night when he performed his standup routine courtesy of the Georgetown Program Board before a crowd of 750 students in Gaston Hall. Maher praised “Sex Week,” the former name of[Read More…]

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