Kathryn Brand

Freshmen shine for the Hoyas

By:
04/26/2007

Last weekend, when the Hoya Baseball team (14-25, 3-11 BE) lost their three-game series to Big East foes St. John’s (24-12, 11-4 BE), the sweep was not so much a triumph for the Red Storm as it was a heartbreak for the Hoyas. Though St. John’s dominated the series opener 16-0, Georgetown came back in the second game, only to lose in the ninth inning, 8-2. In the third game, the Hoyas took the game to 11 innings before losing 4-2.

You Taste Like a Burger

By:
04/26/2007

“Eating is cheating.” Studying abroad in Australia, I heard that a lot.
“We drink beer here,” Sayd, my stereotypically Aussie friend, explained. “That takes up a lot of room in your belly. If you start the night with a stomach full of food, there’s no room for what matters–more beer.”

You Taste Like a Burger

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04/12/2007

While growing up in Saudi Arabia, I would watch our cook as he prepared complex, gourmet meals. It was not only a distraction in a place without neighborhood parks or television, but also a cultural adventure into his native Filipino culture, as well as romps to Italy, France and home to the U.S. I’d watch, fascinated, as he would remove the meat and bones from a whole chicken’s skin, mixing the meat with vegetables and seasoning, and then somehow get it all back into the skin before stitching the floppy bird back together and roasting it.

A new voice in college rankings

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03/22/2007

Imagine if college students across the nation had the ability to decide your college team’s position in the ranks each week. This became possible last week when two students launched www.studentwriterpoll.com, a ranking system similar to the AP writers’ and Coaches’ polls, that will survey college students to determine NCAA rankings.

What is it good for? Nothing.

By:
03/22/2007

It was a bitterly cold Saint Patrick’s Day, and my mother and I had already lost feeling in our hands. We found the path at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial that led to the anti-war march from the monuments to the Pentagon. There seemed to be more counter-protesters than protesters, and the counter-protesters all seemed to be wearing veteran jackets and American flags, holding angry signs.

Track coach leads by example

By:
03/15/2007

As a Hoya, 26-year-old Monica Hargrove was a three-time All-American with the distance medley relay team. As a coach, she watched Georgetown’s current medley relay team finish seventh at the NCAA Indoor Track Championship last week, earning the same All-American honors Hargrove’s team had won.

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