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Garanzini next Loyola President

A Georgetown University administrator will be leaving in June to take the position as president of Loyola University of Chicago. Michael Garanzini, S.J., was selected to replace Loyola’s outgoing president.... Read more

News

Diversity in curriculum to be implemented

A call for diversity in the current curriculum may be implemented as early as fall of 2001, said David Andrews, professor of Slavic languages, at a meeting held Mon. by... Read more

Sports

The Sports Sermon

Expand your mind; find out what happens when sports cliches meet political jargon.

Leisure

Baltimore: bye bye dating blues

Gentlemen: Are you burned out on dating within the District? More specifically, have you run out of places to take your lady-friends that do not, by this point, either bore... Read more

News

Rev. King urges GU students to fight racism

Reverend Bernice A. King, daughter of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. told a packed Gaston Hall on Tuesday that “unconditional love” was the necessary ingredient to end racism... Read more

Sports

Super Gripe

Attention: It’s January, a sports month that always culminates in the biggest sporting event on the planet. As a full-service sports column, The Answer usually prides itself on maintaining acute... Read more

Sports

Everybody Loves Raymond

Ray Lewis is not a nice guy, or at least that’s what watching him on television would make you think. He’s portrayed as ineloquent, evasive, boorish and above all unlawful.... Read more

Sports

All around McDonough

Women’s Basketball?Coach Patrick Knapp’s post-season hopes were bolstered last night with a much-needed 76-56 win against the Pittsburgh Panthers With the victory, the Hoyas move to 11-7 and 3-4 in... Read more

News

GUSA passes request for activities endowment

The Georgetown University Student Association voted Tuesday to support a proposal to provide greater funding for student activities. The proposal puts forward two approaches to supplement the current operating budget... Read more

Sports

Undefeated no more

The men’s basketball team isn’t undefeated anymore. As Head Coach Craig Esherick said after the team’s loss to Pittsburgh, going undefeated in the Big East would be next to impossible.... Read more

Sports

Men’s basketball edged by Pitt

The men’s basketball team lost for the first time this season, falling this past Saturday against Pittsburgh, 70-66. The Hoyas are now 16-1 (4-1 in the Big East), but are... Read more

Editorials

Culture of consumption

With each passing day, the energy crisis in California grows more acute. Prognosticators of doom may have well-founded claims in this case, as predictions for the long-range impact of this... Read more

Editorials

Not a black-and-white issue

Questions regarding racial politics have plagued Mayor Anthony Williams since the day he entered office, and he continues to face the question the Washington Post asked at the beginning of... Read more

Editorials

Politics of unity

In Saturday’s inaugural address, George W. Bush promised to work to build a single nation of justice and opportunity. The stated reason that this goal was attainable was not Bush’s... Read more

Voices

Letters to the Editor

Your editorial “Cleaning up the Cabinet” is not only ludicrous in its assertions but is also highly insulting to military personnel, current and former, and reveals a glaring lack of... Read more

Voices

A smoker’s de-light

I truly enjoy smoking; those little nicotine-filled sticks augment just about every possible situation. I love inhaling deeply when I’m feeling stressed and lightly when I’m feeling meek. I love... Read more

Voices

How to jump-start history

I’m an anarchist; before you judge me, hear my story. My earliest experience with anti-anarchist propaganda came in the form of an animated film I was shown in my sixth... Read more

Voices

Trouble with a capital “T”

“So, are you bored yet?” I stared out the sliding-glass door towards the snow and blustery winds outside that had defined my current, housebound stay in Muscatine (pop. 20,000) and... Read more

Features

A Saturday to remember

As George Walker Bush was sworn in as the nation’s 43rd president, hundreds of thousands of onlookers stood from the front of the capital stretching all the way back to... Read more

Sports

A ‘D’-licious matchup

Alright, I admit it. It’s a little sad, really. In fact, some people (read: psychologists) might think it’s a bit odd. I’ve been asked in probably a hundred assignments to... Read more

Sports

GU Welcomes VT to Big East

A sign in the stands may have said it all: “Welcome to the Big Time, Virginia Tech. This is Big East Basketball!” For the past several season that sign at... Read more

Sports

Watch Seton Fall

The men’s basketball team continued its undefeated streak to “open” the season with a convincing road win over No. 19 Seton Hall Monday night, 99-91. Junior point guard Kevin Braswell... Read more

Sports

Behind the success

First and foremost, when talking about the Hoyas huge turn-around this year, one has to take a look at their age and experience. While most Division 1 basketball programs lost... Read more

Sports

The Sports Sermon

If you go to a Wiz game down at the MCI Center, beware of those signs declaring the coming of “The Jordan Effect.” Not just because it’s a pitiful and... Read more

Sports

Hoya paranoia: Fan-tastic

Georgetown Basketball. As Forrest Gump says, “It’s a household name.” But these days, for the first time in several years, Georgetown’s players are also household names. Repeat after their ESPN... Read more