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The Sports Sermon

So the tournament is finally here, and all the “college basketball experts” are coming out of the woodwork. You sit in New South and hear two cats discussing their brackets:... Read more

Features

March Madness

Thursday night the Hoyas won their first NCAA Tournament game in five years, sending them to the second round, Saturday.

News

Rats to Riches

After Loyola University of Chicago announced Georgetown’s special assistant to the president, Michael Garanzini, S.J., would be their next president, talk emerged again that Georgetown administrators were leaving Georgetown while... Read more

Voices

Classifieds

CAMP COUNSELORS?New York. Co-ed Trim down- Firtness Camp. Hike & play in the Catskill Mountains, yet only 2 hrs from NY City. Have a great summer. Make a difference in... Read more

Voices

Clarification

The February 22 editorial “Give US A Break” should have noted that the non-violent protest to which the Kildea/LaMotte ticket objected was the 1999 sit-in organized by the Georgetown Solidarity... Read more

Voices

Downhill disaster

People assume that because I’m from northern Illinois I love snow. They fail to realize, though, that a baffling affection for flecks of frozen water is not genetically inherent just... Read more

Voices

College Twilight Zone

I’m a believer in equilibrium: Nature abhors a vacuum. People never change. The pendulum swings back and forth. My faith in stasis, however, doesn’t prevent me from having an existential... Read more

Voices

They come from France …

Everyone, and I mean everyone, hates the people who come back from studying abroad convinced that they have “become” Spanish or have “discovered” that they were born with a French... Read more

Voices

Hey! Weren’t you in my dream last night?

I never really held any belief in the potency of my dreams. If anything, this stems from the fact that, until recently, I seldom had them and didn’t really want... Read more

Sports

Balanced attack topples ‘Cuse

For more than two decades, the Syracuse Orangemen have been cast as the rivals of the Georgetown Hoyas. They are the enemy. They are the archnemisis. On Jan. 29, the... Read more

Sports

New coach, big plans

Leland Beckel wants the best. She wants her own tournament. She wants the NCAAs. And, most importantly, she wants the best golfers. Georgetown’s newest head coach is used to success,... Read more

Editorials

Pacifism in the Pacific

The news was almost too unbelievable to comprehend at first: On February 9, an American submarine, practicing an emergency-surfacing maneuver off the coast of Hawaii, hit a Japanese fishing vessel on the way up, sinking the boat. The collision took the lives of nine aboard the Ehime Maru, including four Japanese high school students that were onboard.

Sports

Hoyas lance Scarlet Knights, 74-58

Last night, the men’s basketball team turned senior night into a celebration with a convincing 74-58 victory over Rutgers. Playing in front of 9,918 fans at the MCI Center, senior... Read more

Editorials

Scholastic, Arbitrary Test

On Friday, Feb. 16, the president of the University of California, Richard C. Atkinson, proposed an end to the UC system’s requirement of SAT scores for admission. Atkinson’s bold move is a commendable attempt to refocus the college admissions process on achievement and to eliminate part of the socio-economic bias inscribed on admissions decisions.

Leisure

Experimental Noise

Experimental music is a questionable style. In theory it would be where one would find bands doing new things, as opposed to producing pre-formatted records. In reality, the experimental bin... Read more

Leisure

Lez’her Ledger

Is your porn addiction getting in the way of your life? Don’t be ashamed. It happens to everybody. Maybe you started out reading Maxim or Men’s Health. The glistening bodies... Read more

Leisure

The Soul of Soulsides

The musical empire destined to alter the course of hip hop music was born in a college radio station somewhere in the middle of Northern California, circa 1992. Davis, California,... Read more

Editorials

Promise keepers

The people have spoken. Well, 36 percent of the people have spoken, to be exact. Perhaps this still-low voter turnout reflects the campus opinion of the relatively “blah” nature of this year’s GUSA candidates. Yet the people who did vote did so overwhelmingly for Ryan DuBose (CAS ‘02) and Brian Walsh (CAS ‘02), so the voters must be saying something. We have something to say, too.

Leisure

All work, no play

Despite the existence of an urban center just miles away from campus, students at Georgetown don’t seem to frequent movies, concerts, museums and plays as much as you might expect.... Read more

Sports

The Sports Sermon

It has been said many times before, but we hate Duke (henceforth: Dook). So after Maryland went into Cameron on Tuesday and exacted ACC revenge on the Blue Devils, tears... Read more

Sports

The Answer

Supposedly revenge is best served cold, but Georgetown’s red-hot win over Syracuse was about as good as revenge gets: Oranges were flying, students stormed the court first out of joy... Read more

Sports

Sportsview

Are you one of those students who waits for over a half an hour at Yates just to have the privilege to work out on one of the elliptical machines?... Read more

News

City on a Hill

The new resident at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW is not the most popular man in town. He received under 50 percent of the votes cast in November’s election, and signs... Read more

News

Seniors vote on class gift

The class of 2001 voted last Wednesday to provide several benches and a plot of trees for a designated area in the new Southwest Quadrangle as its class gift. A... Read more

News

Improved bookstore re-opens

The Georgetown University Bookstore reopened Monday in the space directly above its normal location after closing for three days to move the site of the store in order to continue... Read more