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Professors advocate cautious military action

To deal with last Tuesday’s terrorist attacks, the United States needs to use military force wisely and to gain the strong support of the American public, according to several Georgetown... Read more

News

Public policy professor remembered

A memorial service for Public Policy Institute Associate Professor Leslie Whittington and her family was held Sept. 17 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Whittington, her husband, Charles Falkenberg and their... Read more

Sports

Tragedy changes football and soccer outlooks

You half expected there to be a sign on the front gate of Kehoe Field, just a little something simple to state the obvious, that there would be no Wagner-Georgetown... Read more

Sports

The Sports Sermon

Yes, web readers, this week’s sermon is extremely brief. While we had much to say, the Sports Staff blew up this week, and we had articles out the proverbial wazoo.... Read more

Sports

NHL ’94-’99

The flanker flies up along the wing, skates shaving ice particles onto the ankles of long-lost defenders, who valiantly tried to fling their life, their very essence, onto the streaking... Read more

Leisure

Beulah’s California dreamin’

On Tuesday Sept. 11, the Elephant 6 band Beulah put out a new album entitled The Coast is Never Clear. Granted, the beauty of the album pales in comparison to... Read more

Sports

The games must go on

I picked a hell of a week to start writing about sports. There I was, all geared up to maybe cover some Georgetown football, write a basketball preview or perhaps... Read more

Sports

A worthwhile break

After an almost weeklong hiatus in response to the terrorist attacks on the United States last Tuesday, two of the greatest symbols of the United States and its passion for... Read more

Sports

Hoyas score five goals, defeat St. Peter’s

After a disappointing 1-2-1 record to start the season, the Hoyas matched their offensive output for the entire year with five goals and rebounded in a home, non-conference game against... Read more

Voices

Letters to the Editor

In response to Mark Lance’s “A cycle of violence, a plea for peace” [Sept. 13] I have heard Mark Lance’s criticisms of US policy before when I was a student... Read more

Leisure

Anderson’s Accident

“What’s your agenda?” asks Ruby sharply when Sam expresses his interest in her. Ruby Weaver (Marisa Tomei) has recently been diagnosed as a serial co-dependent by her therapist and friends.... Read more

Voices

Dismayed new world

Twenty days ago I left for college to study international affairs at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. One of my friends asked me if I was ready... Read more

Voices

Calling home

I have difficulty defining “home” right now. Home to me means familiarity, security, a sense of belonging and the presence of those I love. Right now, those much-needed signs of... Read more

Voices

Divided we’re called

I love America, although I don’t consider myself particularly patriotic. When I watched those planes crash into the World Trade Center, a thousand sickening feelings went through my body. However,... Read more

Voices

Real Americana

As I sat down for lunch in Darnall on Friday, my friend and I were talking about the week’s terrorist attacks and what they meant here at Georgetown. We couldn’t make sense of too much, and probably no one here is able to comment on the national situation without sounding trite and repetitive. “America unite!” seemed too easy a thought at that point last week.

Editorials

Students should continue being students

A week after last week’s tragedies, most of us don’t quite know how to act. We feel the degree of the tragedy requires us to maintain a certain level of... Read more

Editorials

University shows support

The Georgetown community?indeed the entire country?suffered emotionally from last week’s terrorist attacks against the Pentagon and World Trade Center. Students lost friends and relatives, and the community lost a professor... Read more

Editorials

Hate has no place on campus

In the wake of last week’s devastating terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, enraged Americans are desperately searching for someone to blame. The hijackers are already... Read more

Leisure

Keep on rockin

The horrific events of Sept. 11 not only hang low over the collective psyche of the artistic world, but have had a very tangible effect on artists’ attempts to even... Read more

Leisure

Everybody dance now

The Faint, with openers Out Hud, cristened the new Black Cat last Thursday, Sept. 13. Doors opened later than normal because Black Cat staff was still in the process of... Read more

Features

Freedom and Justice for All…

Misguided hate Sanjeev Kumar (MSB ‘04) was en route to work last Thursday, trying to put the tragic events of the past days out of his mind. Taking the GUTS... Read more

Features

Shock, Anger, Sadness

Vice President for Student Affairs Juan Gonzalez was speaking at a staff meeting when he heard the news about terrorist attacks against the United States. Darryl Harrison, the Associate Director... Read more

Editorials

Pigs have feelings, too

“One potato, two potato, three potato, pork.” “Life is like a bowl of pork chops.” “I scream, you scream, we all scream for pork loin.” The new advertising campaign for... Read more

Editorials

Undoing student community

The Residential Judicial Council has been introduced in all residential halls and apartments campus-wide following what its executives call a successful pilot program last year in New South. The Residential... Read more

Editorials

GW sends students packing

Last Thursday George Washington University President Stephen Trachtenberg announced that GW will force nearly 5,400 students to leave their Foggy Bottom residence halls in expectation of massive protests for the... Read more