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Board approves fee

The Board of Directors approved a student activities fee at a meeting last week. The fee was proposed by the Georgetown University Student Association in order to increase funding for... Read more

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Metro speaks on underage drinking

Lt. Patrick Burke of the Metropolitan Police Department and Nicole Hughes, a local attorney, spoke to students at a meeting Tuesday regarding the repercussions of underage drinking. Burke presented a... Read more

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Election results

The Saxa Server has developed a new program to track demographics of on-line votes. The program will most likely be used for the first time in this year’s GUSA presidential... Read more

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Negative Campaigning

Fliers with a negative message about a Georgetown University Student Association presidential ticket were posted in first-year dorms Tuesday evening. Most of the signs were composed of two 8” by... Read more

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GUSA election kick-off

Candidates for president and vice president of the Georgetown University Student Association began campaigning Tuesday morning at 12 a.m. according to the regulations of the election commission. Candidates submitted fliers... Read more

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Student assaulted outside GU hospital

A Georgetown student was assaulted last Friday between 7:00 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. in front of the Georgetown University Hospital. The student was able to escape without serious injury. Elizabeth... Read more

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DeGioia unanimously chosen next President

The University Board of Directors unanimously elected Senior Vice President John J. DeGioia as Georgetown’s 48th president last Thursday. DeGioia is the first lay person to run any of the... Read more

Voices

Georgetown Voice Comics

A comic

Voices

Georgetown Voice Comics

A comic.

Voices

Hey! What’s under there? Under where?

It takes a lot to embarrass me. I am the girl who does the kind of stuff you thought little teens made up to submit to Seventeen magazine’s “Poor Me:... Read more

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Music makes the people come together

Napster is almost dead. No one seems to know for sure when it will actually die. In fact, I just went to the Napster website for the first time ever.... Read more

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Writing on the wall

I think it’s exciting when I come into a room and see a bunch of crap up on the board?stuff I know has nothing to do with the class I’m... Read more

Features

The class of ’74

Georgetown history would not be complete without the class of 1974. You may ask why … there is no extremely good answer, but it just makes sense to say so.... Read more

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Metro to the Rescue!

It is not my business in this space to worry myself with the concerns of Northern Virginians. Not that I have anything particularly against them, but my stated mission here... Read more

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Club formed in opposition to SAY

Students have formed a group called Students Against Students Against the Yard, according to a Georgetown graduate. Manny Miranda (SFS ‘82) said he received an e-mail from Tom Weirich (SFS... Read more

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MCPC approves funding proposal

The Main Campus Planning Committee, in conjunction with University provost Dorothy Brown, approved the funding plan proposed by the Georgetown University Student Association. MCPC is a group of faculty, administrators... Read more

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B-ball players motivate students

Alonzo Mourning (CAS ‘92) and entertainer Brian McKnight led HBO’s Excellence without Excuses 2001 forum on leadership, motivation and the secrets to success in Gaston Hall last Friday. Hosted by... Read more

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Council rules on Yard

The Constitutional Council ruled for the Yard on two of three complaints presented against the Yard Student Association last Friday. Two students, Andrew Katz (CAS ‘01) and Aaron Polkey (CAS... Read more

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GUSA executive tickets announced

Six pairs of candidates for president and vice president of the Georgetown University Student Association announced their candidacy last Friday. The six tickets are: Johnson Elugbadebo (SFS ‘02) and Amar... Read more

Leisure

The Future?

Got white rappers? To quote the boys at Ego Trip magazine, they are the future. Hopefully it won’t be bleak; judging by the antics of such lightskinned underground favorites R.A.... Read more

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Clockwork Performance

Maybe it’s the caffeine running through my red, red krovvy, maybe it’s that I just slooshed a tomtick of the ol’Ludwig van or maybe skolliwoll’s giving me a pain in... Read more

Leisure

Best Movie Ever

Last night, I was sitting in my room crying because I had no date on Valentines day for the second consecutive year and I was thinking to myself, “Matt, what... Read more

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Internet leader eyes improvement

Last Friday, Dr. Vinton Cerf, commonly referred to as “the father of the internet,” spoke to a crowd of over 60 people in the ICC Auditorium. Cerf, Senior Vice President... Read more

Leisure

Typical for the Shakespeare

The Shakespeare Theatre has gotten very good at turning out productions like Don Carlos. So good, in fact, that it’s getting difficult to tell them apart. King John’s throne appears... Read more

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Anonymous group opposes Vagina Monologues

An anonymous source posted fliers disparaging last night’s performance of the Vagina Monologues. Many students confused the advertisements with other fliers sponsored by the directors of the play. The fliers... Read more