Author Archives: Abby Sherburne
On the Internet, everyone’s a celebrity. From snarky Twitter accounts to anonymous blogs, the accessibility of news and production in the modern day has made it easier for individuals to have their voices heard. Due to universal sports fandom and press channels entirely devoted to them, sports stars of today are inevitably publicity magnets. With [...]
We need to stress the fun of playing and lose the “all-or-nothing” demeanor of our testosterone-fueled culture.
At Georgetown, religion is everywhere. And for me, whose only religious experience pre-college was a third-grade Christmas gift exchange in which I gave a teacher a Barbie I didn’t like, a Jesuit university was quite the jump. And while my Catholic friends here might remind me that this is “barely Catholic” in comparison to their private high schools, I feel the strength of faith everywhere I go.
Unfortunately, over the next few weeks, we’ll all keep watching sadly as the Saints go marching down.
With a four-game streak of victories by a margin of seven goals or more, the Georgetown women’s lacrosse team is on a convincing campaign for the postseason.
In the past few weeks, media attention has fixed on Georgetown as a result of Rush Limbaugh’s slanderous comments against Sandra Fluke (LAW ’12). President John DeGioia came to the defense of Fluke and Georgetown women with a well-received letter to the Georgetown community.
Yesterday afternoon, after an early two-goal deficit, the Georgetown women’s lacrosse team surged past the Delaware Blue Hens to a decisive 16-7 victory.
After being ranked first in the Big East preseason poll, the Georgetown women’s lacrosse team has to live up to some big expectations. Luckily, the women have some strong upperclassman leadership in junior Sophia Thomas and senior Kelly Barnes, both of whom were named preseason All-Americans and are on the Tewaaraton Award watch list. Thomas, [...]
The win came after a close five-point win over Seton Hall and an 80-38 pummeling by No. 3 UConn.
Having already been named Big East Player of the Week three times this season, Georgetown guard Sugar Rodgers has a new accomplishment to add to her 2011-2012 cannon—being one of the Wooden Midseason Top 20 for the second time in her college career.