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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

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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

News

Strip Zone

One can imagine the list of priorities that each member of the DC Council drew up after the November elections: improve the public school system, encourage development east of the... Read more

News

Activity funding reform proposed

A Georgetown University Student Association member presented the Student Activities Commission with a draft proposal for the creation of an all-inclusive Finance Board for all student organizations on Dec. 4.... Read more

News

Flood slows internet connections

A water pipe broke Jan. 5 and flooded the Ryan Administration Building damaged networking equipment and resulted in slower network connections. The connections will return to their original speed and... Read more

News

Academic calendar 2001-2 finalized

University Provost Dorothy M. Brown announced on Dec. 12 the finalization of the 2000-01 academic calendar. The new calendar remains largely similar to the current calendar with the exception of... Read more

News

Earthquake traps students in El Salvador

Six Georgetown students on a mission retreat in El Salvador were forced to evacuate the country by bus due to an earthquake which devestated El Salvador and surrouding areas on... Read more

News

Police plan crackdown on underage drinking

The Metropolitan Police Department plans a fresh crackdown on underage drinking at local bars, according to a report in the George Washington Hatchet. The Hatchet reported that undercover officers will... Read more

Editorials

A bill on the hill

In a tradition almost as time-honored as the inauguration of a new president itself, throngs will descend upon our fair city for a round of protests this weekend. In a... Read more

Editorials

Let boys be boys

The announcement by leaders of the Reform Jewish movement recommending that their congregations withdraw their support of the Boy Scouts of America sets a strong example for other groups to... Read more

Editorials

Cleaning up the cabinet

Many across our country have risen in indignation over the nomination of John Ashcroft to be the attorney general, and perhaps their anger is justified. But Ashcroft is not the... Read more

Voices

Letters to the Editor

Your editorial (“Weed-whacking,” Dec. 7) makes plain what I have suspected: that the editors of our campus newspapers may be eager to maintain the ineffectual GUSA system to amplify their... Read more

Voices

Pop confession time

I have a confession to make: I love pop music. For those of you who don’t know me, this may not be such a surprise. But for everyone else, this... Read more

Voices

Eye don’t need any help

When brushing your teeth alongside a housemate or hallmate, do you not stop brushing until the other person does? If you’re not one of those people, the person sharing the... Read more