The Speed of White

When Joe White toed the line for the 800-meter NCAA championship on Saturday, he brushed shoulders with future professionals and Olympians. Texas A&M’s Gilliam Indoor Track rocked as the gun exploded and the six-foot-one junior tucked into the pack for the near half-mile race.  Elbows flew and spiked-feet stumbled as White battled for space on...

End of Life Care in the District: Campus Reacts to Death With Dignity Act

More than two years after it was introduced, Washington, D.C.’s B21-0038, titled the “Death with Dignity Act of 2015,” became law in the District last month. With its passage, adult residents of the District who have been diagnosed with an illness, the prognosis of which gives them less than six months to live, may request...

Benched: Men’s Basketball Woes Concern Fans

The Georgetown men’s basketball team squared off against St. John’s in the Big East Tournament Final at Madison Square Garden on March 9, 1985. The Hoyas, led by Tournament MVP Patrick Ewing and then-Head Coach John Thompson, Jr., proved too powerful for All-American Chris Mullin and the Red Storm, as the Blue and Gray won...

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The Speed of White

The Speed of White

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03/17/2017

When Joe White toed the line for the 800-meter NCAA championship on Saturday, he brushed shoulders with future professionals and Olympians. Texas A&M’s Gilliam Indoor Track rocked as the gun exploded and the six-foot-one junior tucked into the pack for the near half-mile race.  Elbows flew and spiked-feet stumbled as White battled for space on…

Benched: Men’s Basketball Woes Concern Fans

Benched: Men’s Basketball Woes Concern Fans

By:
03/17/2017

The Georgetown men’s basketball team squared off against St. John’s in the Big East Tournament Final at Madison Square Garden on March 9, 1985. The Hoyas, led by Tournament MVP Patrick Ewing and then-Head Coach John Thompson, Jr., proved too powerful for All-American Chris Mullin and the Red Storm, as the Blue and Gray won…

Orchestrating Diplomacy: GU Students Head to Cuba

Orchestrating Diplomacy: GU Students Head to Cuba

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03/04/2017

While most students will be relaxing at home over spring break, twelve members of the Georgetown University Orchestra will be boarding a plane to Havana, Cuba. Only two years ago, such a trip would have sounded unfeasible as the U.S. government considered Cuba a state sponsor of terror. Now, members of the GU orchestra will…

Alternative Snacks: A Second Student Dining Option

Alternative Snacks: A Second Student Dining Option

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03/04/2017

College dining hall food is notoriously subpar, and for many Georgetown students, Leo’s is no exception. But it is an unavoidable part of campus life, as all freshmen and sophomores living in on-campus dorms are required to purchase a meal plan if they live on campus. A stranger observing Leo’s for the first time would…

Spaced Out: Club Sports in Crisis

Spaced Out: Club Sports in Crisis

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03/04/2017

When Kehoe Field closed, it was a long time coming. The playing space was notorious for its rough conditions, and Georgetown deemed it unsafe for practice conditions. Although many felt the decision was necessary, the timing was unexpected. “We just feel, as a community, as a board, individually, that the university has repeatedly made decisions…

BMDT celebrates 35 years of dance, defiance, and diversity

BMDT celebrates 35 years of dance, defiance, and diversity

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02/17/2017

Bodies tumble to the ground. Dancers fall, then carry each other around the studio. Pained, passionate faces match the sharp movements as Erykah Badu’s voice repeats the words, “This bitter land” from her song with the same name. For Black Movements Dance Theatre (BMDT), it’s all about the message behind the dance. In preparation for…

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