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A walking tour through a living museum

You have 30 minutes to spare. Sure, you could waste it turing on the TV, doing some homework, washing your hair. But, come on, you live in Georgetown, one of... Read more

Features

What do they think?

One of the most important issues at many universities is the interaction between university administration, students and non-student neighbors. At Georgetown, this issue comes up very frequently in the news—whether... Read more

Leisure

Madam’s Organ?

I was recently informed that this humble column’s format has expanded, and it is now my purview to ensure not only that you are appraised of upcoming musical experiences, but... Read more

Leisure

Training from Denzel

If you were looking for that sort of on-screen performance that steals your idealism for a couple hours but gives it back to you at the end after the bad... Read more

Leisure

12 Angry Men a joy

We always think we have the answers. Everyone has an opinion, and inherent in that opinion is the idea that we know best. If only everybody else just understood matters... Read more

Leisure

Tool at MCI Center

If you like Tool, go buy their new album Lateralus.If you like Tool, psychedelic nightmare video screens and contortednaked acrobats, go see a Tool concert. On Friday of last week,... Read more

Leisure

Hollywood taste strikes again

It is striking that nothing is able to approximate the truth and depth of human feeling more than those pursuits we take up during our moments of leisure. Movies, books,... Read more

News

Where’s the respect?

When the Advisory Neighborhood Council approved the Student Bill of Rights last week, the first reaction of most Georgetown students was one of relief. The ANC proposal stated that Georgetown... Read more

News

High turnout for first-year election

The first-year class elected four representatives to the Georgetown University Student Association in an online election last Thursday. Philip Beer (SFS ‘05), Sean Fern (SFS ‘05), Nazareth Haysbert (CAS ‘05)... Read more

News

Students urged to e-mail Mayor

Georgetown students have launched an e-mail campaign to contact the D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams about violations of students’ rights in the District. Campaign Georgetown, the watchdog group for off-campus affairs,... Read more

News

Professor speaks on new terrorism

“The most important thing learned is the difference between the new and old terrorist,” said sociology professor William Daddio, who spoke Tuesday to an audience of over 90 faculty members... Read more

News

Club leaders meet to discuss goals, problems

On Tuesday night, Georgetown club leaders gathered in Copley Formal Lounge to discuss common goals, issues and problems Georgetown clubs on campus experience. Hosted by the Georgetown University Student Association,... Read more

Voices

Black and white and gray all over

I am an Italian-American student here at Georgetown. Yet according to the Georgetown application form I filled out, I am caucasian. Wait a second though?Italy is nowhere near the Caucus... Read more

Voices

Would grandma have kissed a girl?

Today is National Coming Out Day. I see today as kind of an Independence Day for queer people, only without the fireworks, parades and free candy (those all happen on... Read more

News

University responds to impacts of attacks

A month after the attacks of Sept. 11, the University has begun to deal with the long-term impacts of the terrorism in areas such as finances, admissions, career placement, international... Read more

Voices

Sons of thunder

I should be over there fighting Sammy bin Laden and the Taliban. I know how to be violent. I can kick some ass. This deadly talent comes as a result... Read more

News

Inaugural events for DeGioia underway

Georgetown University hosted a faculty and staff picnic lunch Wednesday, kicking off the week’s inaugural events honoring the University’s new president, John J. DeGioia. Wednesday’s picnic, at which DeGioia addressed... Read more

Voices

The autumn of our discontent

“The autumn wind is a pirate Blustering in from sea With a rollicking song he sweeps along Swaggering boisterously His face is weather beaten He wears a hooded sash With... Read more

Editorials

Out of line and out of touch

According to the The Associated Press, Vice President Richard Cheney’s wife, Lynne Cheney told the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture that she questioned the value of emphasizing multicultural education... Read more

Editorials

The Mayor needs (to hear) you

Last week student representatives to the Advisory Neighborhood Council, the local governmental body that handles off-campus issues related to Georgetown students, helped push through a bill of rights that protects... Read more

Editorials

Ready, Get Set, Go!

When John J. DeGioia is officially inaugurated as Georgetown’s 48th president and as the first lay president of a Jesuit institution in the United States, he will face a number... Read more

Sports

Scores and highlights

Football (1-4, 0-3 Patriot League)?Capitalizing on Scott Pogorelec’s blocked extra point attempt, Georgetown defeated Duquesne 15-13 on Saturday to win its first game of the year. With just 3:46 remaining,... Read more

Sports

Kickin’ it old-school no longer

On the morning of September 11, 2001, I stood by the pay phones in the Leavey Center, right down from Vittles, standing on what felt like the longest line of... Read more

Sports

Playoff this

Did you ever think about the name of this column? Nah, I betcha didn’t. You probably just opened it up to this here page, read my rants, maybe tried to... Read more

Sports

Rickey got mad flava

We’ve just witnessed one hell of a baseball season. In a year in which we welcomed Ichiro, Albert Pujols and the AL’s new powerhouse Seattle Mariners, we bid adieu to... Read more