Daily Archives: April 25, 2013
All the scuzzlecrafts were out and about. The view through our man’s windshield showed the completeness of the system as he went flying from level to level of the city, drooping, soaring, twisting and canoozling (if he had ever chosen to be daring). The skyscape was never as beautiful as it was at rush hour. The sleepy sun was almost beneath the ocean and darting wizzerskids alongside leviathan autowoofs rose above its electric amber glow casting shadows on the clouds above. The skyfull of shiny cylinders shooting below mulberry and barley colored clouds, going to and fro all in a hurry to get home before . . .
In “Little reason given for new party rules,” (News, August 24), the Voice mischaracterized statements by Jon Gryskiewicz (COL ‘08). Gryskiewicz did not imply, as we paraphrased, that he would “fight for his right to party.” Instead, he was suggesting that students as a whole would find the policy unpopular. We regret the error. In [...]
Brady Quinn’s new hazing-induced haircut isn’t the only piece of titillating news on sports fans’ minds in my hometown.
Senior quarterback Matt Bassuener can normally set his schedule by the sun. Sunrise: hit the weights for a good lift and dissect defenses on tape during a team meeting before class. Sunset: down to Leo’s for a hearty dinner and then home to digest some Portugese literature. In between: play football. Routinely on the Multi-Sport [...]
With the first pick of the 1999 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns selected Tim Couch, a quarterback from the University of Kentucky.
Contact with Georgetown’s various athletes is an inevitable occurrence. There is seldom a day when one can’t hear or see the football team practicing on Harbin Field or watch one or two members of the basketball team duck under the door at Leo’s. It seems unlikely, then, that any student could overlook a Hoya team, [...]
First impressions are everything. Each year, the orientation advisers are tasked with shaping the first impressions of hundreds of new Georgetown students.
Almost a year after the Corp sponsored a petition for its services to be included in the University meal plan, Georgetown Dining Services will allow purchases at multiple campus locations under the new Flex Dollars program.
While Amelia Colomb (COL ’09) and her family were arriving for New Student Orientation two years ago, Hurricane Katrina hit her home on the West Bank in New Orleans, gutted her father’s psychiatry office and shut down the hospital in which her mother worked as an emergency medicine physician.