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Postcards in the rain

The clock ticks twelve. Midnight. Another day ends. Simple. Inevitable. It passed, in many ways, as days have always?the sun rose, brightening the morning, and set in the evening, returning... Read more

News

Capital Offenses

The college years of anyone’s life are not usually associated with a remarkable degree of law-abiding behavior. Nor should they necessarily be; if you think you might reach a point... Read more

News

Students upset over call code

A new campus phone policy requiring students to enter a personal code to make local calls prompted a letter of concern from Georgetown University Student Association leaders to a University... Read more

News

Bookstore employee held on fraud

A temporary University bookstore employee is being held in connection with her attempt to defraud two students of $300 last Wednesday, according to the Director of Bookstores Jim Kuhlman. Kuhlman... Read more

News

GU takes BZA to District court

On Wednesday, Georgetown notified the District of Columbia Court of Appeals of its intent to appeal the conditions the Board of Zoning Adjustment placed on the University’s construction plans. The... Read more

News

Issues of Catholic identity, rocky neighborhood relations and lower endowment await DeGioia

The University has not been told it has to encourage or require professors of Catholic theology to seek approval to teach from the local cardinal, University President John J. DeGioia... Read more

Sports

The Sports Sermon

Yo. Who cares if Mussina almost dropped a perfect game on Boston? Yankee junkies were pretty upset on Sunday night, even though they moved up another game over the Dead... Read more

News

Metro officer suspects scam in $10,000 robbery

Last Wednesday, a female Georgetown graduate student was robbed of $10,000 on the 3800 block of Reservoir Road. Metropolitan Police Department investigators believe that the student was involved in a... Read more

Sports

Sportsview

On Saturday afternoon, instead of spending the day recovering from a night of partying or getting ahead in my school work, I found myself getting ready and getting energized for... Read more

Sports

NFL Dreams

The world is magically correct again. And no, I don’t mean because I saw a group of 40 first-years headed to a party last weekend on 36th and heard one... Read more

News

ANC postpones Student Bill of Rights

A vote on a Students’ Bill of Rights was postponed in an Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting Tuesday. ANC Commissioner and sponsor of the bill, Justin Wagner (CAS ’03) said the... Read more

Sports

Hoyas drop Patriot League opener to Lehigh, 41-14

Coach Bob Benson rests his elbows on his knees, then gently lets his head fall into his hands. He scratches his temples, rubs his eye intensely. Finally, after what seems... Read more

Sports

Mutombo speaks on basketball, life

Dikembe Mutombo Mpolondo Mukamba Jean Jacque Wamutombo. He’s a man with seven names, but two missions: basketball and service. Mutombo, a former Georgetown big-man and current member of the NBA’s... Read more

Voices

The skeptical granddaughter

When I got to college, I became more selfish. Any change to my life was horribly inconvenient (even if it improved my family’s life) if it changed my status quo. Case in point: My first year, my parents decided to move one block to a nicer house. Granted, my parents liked the new house better and were actually living there all year, but I threw a tantrum.

Voices

Sprawl attacks American life

Georgetown has something that most of the rest of the country lacks. There is something we love about this campus and D.C. that drew us all here. It’s a wonderfully... Read more

Voices

Mohsin’s Sunscreen Song

The start of senior year is a hackneyed topic, so I’m going to avoid it. Besides, everyone’s got something to say about it. It’s old. First-years were annoying for the... Read more

Features

Game On: Basketball life from here to 26th Street

They come from everywhere: lawyer’s offices, classrooms, straight off the streets. They are a collection of men and women from different political leanings, different incomes, different upbringings, different interests. But... Read more

Editorials

Making unequal radio waves

Until recently, the Virginia Governor’s race was quiet, which is to say that nothing demanded serious news attention. Democrat Mark Warner, a wealthy Alexandria businessman, was and still is regarded... Read more

Editorials

Bringing community apart

Neighborhood residents have always considered University students to be unwelcome and irritating guests in their community. In 1996, they tried to prevent students from voting. It failed. Just last year,... Read more

Editorials

Off-Campus and off-base

Once more the University has shown that it does not have the interests of students in mind. This time, proof came in the form of the mandatory off-campus life orientation... Read more

Leisure

Slice of life: Kert?sz and Fried at the Corcoran

With only 24 photographs and 24 paintings, Away from Home is a bite-sized exhibit, a one-room sampling of photographs, paintings and personal documents that trace the development of a lifelong... Read more

Leisure

Fatboy’s grin

Part-time radio god, full-time party animal, Fatboy Slim touched down at the 9:30 Club Thursday, Aug. 30, to kick out the proverbial jams. The man saw fit to include our... Read more

Leisure

I got pros(e) …

I had a “productive” summer this year, meaning I had a job and didn’t get to lay on my ass as much as I would have liked. While that may... Read more

Leisure

Bitch and Animal altered

Bitch and Animal (a duo: one being Bitch, the other, Animal) opened for Ani DiFranco two years ago. Since then, their following has not only become significant in size, but... Read more

Leisure

The horror of Redux

We are the hollow men / We are the stuffed men / Leaning together / Headpiece filled with straw So says Colonel Kurtz (Marlon Brando) in Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse... Read more