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On God, Beau Biden and a Hilltop Dining Hall

Going for food day in and day out at O’Donovan Hall, or Leo’s, students might never have stopped to think of its namesake: former University President Fr. Leo O’Donovan, S.J. With current University President John J. DeGioia having completed his 14th year as president, current students are far removed from[Read More…]

by October 23, 2015 1 comment Guide - Top, The Guide
DEPAOLO: Tulowitzki, Price Acquisitions Poised to Join Other Historic Mid-Season Trades

DEPAOLO: Tulowitzki, Price Acquisitions Poised to Join Other Historic Mid-Season Trades

The Toronto Blue Jays’ sudden dominance since their acquisitions of Troy Tulowitzki and David Price has many fans in Toronto hoping their team’s 22-year playoff drought — the longest active streak in the four major sports — will finally come to an end. Prior to adding Tulowitzki and Price to[Read More…]

by August 15, 2015 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top, Sports Columns
Keeping History Alive at Old-Timers’ Day

Keeping History Alive at Old-Timers’ Day

I’ve never had the fortune of making it to Cooperstown, but I’ve been lucky enough to attend one of the next best collections of baseball history: Old-Timers’ Day at Yankee Stadium. For the 68th time this past Sunday, players in between the championship seasons of 1947 and 2009 gathered in[Read More…]

Unwritten Rules of Baseball: Is It Time to Let Them Go?

Unwritten Rules of Baseball: Is It Time to Let Them Go?

In Game 2 of the ALDS, Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz’s second home run off Rays pitcher David Price capped one of the worst outings of Price’s career — seven runs in seven innings. Visibly frustrated, it’s understandable that Price would be upset with that performance — he pitched[Read More…]

The Year of the No-Hitter

The Year of the No-Hitter

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Josh Beckett threw the first no-hitter of the season last Sunday against the Philadelphia Phillies, the 21st in Dodgers history and the 283rd in baseball history, but as one of the most rare and unpredictable achievements in baseball, many would not have thought Beckett would be[Read More…]

Hoya Transitions to New Staff

The Hoya’s new editorial and publishing staff began their terms Saturday, after selections April 5 and 6, and produced their first issue today. Former Campus News Editor Mallika Sen (SFS ’16) is now executive editor. “I’m intrigued to expand beyond the confines of news and work with other sections,” Sen[Read More…]

by April 15, 2014 0 comments Campus News, News