Daily Archives: September 2, 2010
When I see that picture I remember a whole summer of my life smudged and faded like chalk when your middle school teacher is too lazy to erase the blackboard completely, or the haze that clouds your mind for weeks, after a three-day acid bender riding across the state of Georgia, in your dad’s stolen car.
Most students walking to classes this week would say that even though it’s the start of the fall semester, it doesn’t feel as though fall has really begun. The summer heat is still blazing, and no one knows that better than the Georgetown women’s soccer team.
The ability to strike a batter out is the most powerful skill a pitcher who wants to dominate the major leagues can possess. Throughout the storied history of professional baseball, many pitchers have succeeded, but only a handful have been the supreme talents of their respective eras.
When fans arrive at Kehoe Field this Friday for the first game of the men’s soccer season, one change will immediately be apparent. The raucous Hoya student section will be situated directly behind the eastern goal instead of the front row of midfield.
Although The Corp has said that it is not planning to start any construction on a café located in the Davis Performing Arts Center lobby for at least six months, faculty members working in the Davis Center and members of The Corp have denied that plans to build a café have been cancelled.
Last Sunday morning, an unidentified man raped a woman sleeping in Burleith after removing an air conditioning unit from a window in her house and climbing through the window, according to a Metropolitan Police Department incident report obtained by the Voice on Wednesday night. The suspect is still at large.
In Oct. 2005, Elizabeth Grimm (GRD ’10) and Jacques Arsenault (COL ’01, GRD ’07) were married in Dahlgren Chapel. It was a beautiful, intimate ceremony with friends and family, followed by a reception in Copely Formal Lounge. As the night wore on, a group of uninvited guests joined the party.
Capital Bikeshare, a program sponsored by the District Department of Transportation and Arlington County that offers short-term bike rentals, is slated to begin construction on 100 new stations next week. Three new stations will be located in the Georgetown area, including a location at Prospect and 36th Streets, in front of the Car Barn.
After a disappointing end to last season, the Georgetown women’s volleyball team came to campus ready for a fresh start and a chance to improve. After going 4-10 in conference play down the stretch last season, the Hoyas are still trying to find their way this year, going 1-3 thus far.
On Wednesday evening, President John DeGioia sat down for his biannual interview with representatives of the student press. Interview conducted and transcribed by Emma Forster.