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My name is Ted Rock

I don’t know how many of you chilled over in the domain of the G to the P to the B a few weeks back on Village C lawn, watching... Read more

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Kabuki wins intramural soccer final

Kehoe was angry that day, my friends. As the setting sun reflected off Healy in the near distance, a warm evening breeze tingled the skin. Then cries of pain erupted,... Read more

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Looking Back

On their way out the door, seven long-time, graduating, writers look back on the stories and the moments that were their years here. Some are obscure, some mundane and some are ridiculous. But that’s the way memories go.

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Behind the box score

The office of Men’s Lacrosse head coach Dave Urick is littered with everything lacrosse. Helmets and sticks are strewn everywhere, team shirts that read “Monday!” on the back (a reminder... Read more

News

InterHall defends townhouse wiring

Students have compiled a report recommending students living in University townhouses have high speed Internet access. According to Gilbert Cruz, InterHall Vice-President for External Affairs, the report was compiled at... Read more

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GU’s solution

Georgetown Day is a day of “food, fun, games and friendship designed to bring together students, faculty, staff and friends to celebrate the Georgetown community.” GU Day was created last... Read more

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University holds farewell week for O’Donovan

Georgetown University will hold several farewell celebrations for outgoing University President Leo J. O’Donovan, S.J. before he steps down on July 1. Senior Vice President Jack J. DeGioia will replace... Read more

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Speakers remember GU professor

Jan Karski, a former Georgetown government professor, who passed away last July, was honored for his time at Georgetown and for his role as a witness to the World War... Read more

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GU Day ignites school spirit

On Tuesday, the second annual Georgetown Day was marked by a celebratory atmosphere of games, food and performances that culminated in a farewell celebration for outgoing University President Leo J.... Read more

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GUSA plans to confront BZA

On Tuesday, the Georgetown University Student Association approved a resolution responding to the conditions placed on the University’s 10-Year Plan outlined in the D.C. Board of Zoning and Adjustment’s recent... Read more

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University to review Campus Ministry

The University is conducting an internal review of Campus Ministry after numerous complaints from staff members and students about current University Chaplain Adam Bunnell, OFMC. Michael Garanzini S.J., the Special... Read more

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Graduate course receives large advance for book

A Georgetown graduate course, led by author and entrepreneur Tom Gardner, has received a large advance to write a book on finance. Gardner assigned the writing assignment to his class... Read more

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A Closing Oration

For a graduating senior, the occasion often presents itself when gratuitous reflection on the last four years seems somehow warranted. This seems especially true of those who count themselves amongst... Read more

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Senior BBQ moved

The Senior Class Committee has moved the Senior Barbecue from its original site off campus to Copley Lawn due to the Metropolitan Police Department’s refusal to grant street closing permits... Read more

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Author once again GU professor

Latin-American author and Peruvian politician, Mario Vargas Llosa, will join the Spanish and Portuguese Department as the first Ibero-American Literature and Culture Chair. Though the details of his appointment have... Read more

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GUSA calls for repeal of section of aid law

The Georgetown University Student Association voted Tuesday to join a group of student governments that affects student financial aid. The Coalition for Higher Education Act Reform calls for the repeal... Read more

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Albright returns to GU

Secretary of State Madeleine Albright has accepted an endowed chair as a professor in the School of Foreign Service. Albright is the recipient of the first Michael and Virginia Mortara... Read more

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Author criticizes multiculturalism

Author and Professor of History and Africana Studies at New York University Robin D.G. Kelley challenged the politics of multiculturalism in favor of a more fluid “polyculturalism” in a talk... Read more

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Author criticizes multiculturalism

Author and Professor of History and Africana Studies at New York University Robin D.G. Kelley challenged the politics of multiculturalism in favor of a more fluid “polyculturalism” in a talk... Read more

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MPD plans undercover crackdown

The Metropolitan Police Department announced measures aimed at underage drinking at a University-Neighborhood meeting. Lt. Brian Bray said the effort would include sending undercover officers into local parties. He said... Read more

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Right to Life demonstration disturbed

Students disturbed a demonstration of the Respect Life Week to voice their opposition to the event. GU Right to Life placed 3,753 flags on Copley Lawn Monday to symbolize all... Read more

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Muslim Prayer Room vandalized

The Muslim prayer room located in the basement of Copley was vandalized sometime between last Friday evening and Saturday afternoon. A heavy antique pillar was found pushed onto the floor... Read more

Sports

The Sports Sermon

Editor’s note: Before you read this, imagine a picture of Jesse Jackson in the middle of this text. In the print edition, there are jokes about it. So you’re not... Read more

Editorials

Anti-Free Trader Joes

What do whales, ozone, sweatshop workers and the prison industrial complex have in common? More than you might think. Protestors at a recent free trade summit in Quebec drew fire... Read more

Sports

The Answer

Answer: Circle. Question: What is a columnists favorite 2-D shape? So, as a tribute to the circle, the end is the beginning. I’ve been writing some form of a column... Read more