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Drinan emphasizes human rights

The focus on human rights has become a worldwide one, according to Robert S. Drinan, S.J., a Georgetown Law Center professor and former Democratic Congressman from Massachusetts, who spoke Tuesday... Read more

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GUSA requires residence inspections be public

On Tuesday, Georgetown University Student Association representatives unanimously passed two amended resolutions, the first changing procedure regarding residence hall and apartment damage inspection and the second instating notification of policy... Read more

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Albright discusses options after terrorist attacks

The United States should use a combination of diplomacy, economics and the military to respond to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, said former Secretary of State and Georgetown professor... Read more

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University has yet to release missing alumni list

The Office of University and Alumni Relations is still working to compile a complete list of all Georgetown Alumni missing or killed in the Sept. 11 attacks against the Pentagon... Read more

Sports

Women’s soccer wins in OT, moves to 1-2

In an important Big East Conference match-up on Wednesday, the Georgetown Hoyas defeated the Villanova Wildcats by a 2-1 score in overtime for the Hoyas’ first Big East win of... Read more

Leisure

Film noir: back from the past

This movie has not been rated. Today, that generally means one of two things: It’s porn or it’s a documentary. Fortunately, Out of the Past is neither. Its lack of... Read more

Leisure

“9-11” raises money

“Comics are the synergy of pictures and words; great comics, though, are the synergy of art and literature,” wrote A. David Lewis, a candidate for a masters degree in English,... Read more

Sports

Spirit = Natty Ice?

Remember when you were in high school? Errr. Yea. Neither do we. It seems, though, that Homecoming was a lot cooler in high school. You got to see all your... Read more

Sports

C’mon, meet the Mets

“Ya gotta believe.” It’s been a rallying call for the New York Mets since reliever Tug McGraw facetiously shouted it during an owner’s pep talk with the last-place Mets in... Read more

Features

A Life Dedicated to Learning

At the end of every semester, Theology Professor Thomas King, S.J., asks the students in his “Problem of God” class to write a paper on what God means to them.... Read more

Sports

The Sports Sermon

Dear Sermon, won’t MJ returning to the league ruin his legacy forever? Hells naw! Michael Wilbon put it best: Do you remember the Muhammed Ali who got whooped by Trevor... Read more

Leisure

Too punk fo yo’ ass

You know what bugs the hell out of me? These “punk kids” who talk through their noses at other would-be “punks,” passing judgment based on the “punkness” of their musical... Read more

Leisure

Fall movies: time to get serious

Having just suffered through one of the most appalling movie summers in memory, you are no doubt looking with longing and excitement toward the cooler months. It is often the... Read more

Sports

Barry Tale

A long time ago, in a magical land far, far away, there existed a giant man. He was a man of strength and poise, and he wielded his kindling wood... Read more

Sports

Of stock cars and Goldeneye

This is not a column about sports. It is about NASCAR and Goldeneye. And no, NASCAR is not a sport. Call it a phenomenon, a game, a hobby, perhaps the... Read more

Editorials

Blood lines drawn

American have turned out in droves to support the American Red Cross’ call for blood donors following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Thanks to an outpouring of support, those injured... Read more

Editorials

No war against Afghanistan

The United States was attacked on Sept. 11 by a group of evil, vengeful and arrogant terrorists. American officials have determined that the responsibility for these attacks lies with Osama... Read more

Voices

Notes from the Bitter Belt

I have absolutely no problem telling you, potentially psychopathic and murderous reader, exactly where I live. Well, no, not exactly. I’ll keep the exact house number to myself, because if... Read more

Voices

The Rules of the Game

This semester I enrolled in a class called “Anthropology and Film.” While it is still a bit early to tell what the class is going to be about, so far... Read more

Voices

War is not the answer

There was a teach-in on Sept. 20 here at Georgetown titled “Islam, the United States and Terrorism.” I asked the panel why Muslims all over the world are being oppressed... Read more

Voices

Breaking down the Bush

Last Thursday evening you no doubt listened to President George W. Bush espouse what is now dubbed “The Bush Doctrine.” His words certainly served well to rally the American people... Read more

News

Sans National?

After a week of debate in the District, the fate of Reagan National Airport is still uncertain. While none of the flights hijacked last Tuesday originated at National, the attacks... Read more

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Law Center debus GOCard

Students, faculty and staff at the Georgetown University Law Center have begun to receive the Georgetown One Card (GOCard). The GOCard replaces various cards used for identification, building access, ATM... Read more

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DeGioia announces new Senior VP

University President John J. DeGioia announced yesterday the appointment of Dr. Spiros Dimolitsas as University senior vice president and chief administrative officer, effective November 2001. “I am confident that Dr.... Read more

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DPS considers expanding Safewalks

The Department of Public Safety is exploring the possibility of permanently expanding last week’s “Safewalks” program, Director William Tucker said. Safewalks began last weekend in response to campus security concerns... Read more