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The Future?

Got white rappers? To quote the boys at Ego Trip magazine, they are the future. Hopefully it won’t be bleak; judging by the antics of such lightskinned underground favorites R.A.... Read more

Leisure

Clockwork Performance

Maybe it’s the caffeine running through my red, red krovvy, maybe it’s that I just slooshed a tomtick of the ol’Ludwig van or maybe skolliwoll’s giving me a pain in... Read more

Leisure

Best Movie Ever

Last night, I was sitting in my room crying because I had no date on Valentines day for the second consecutive year and I was thinking to myself, “Matt, what... Read more

News

Internet leader eyes improvement

Last Friday, Dr. Vinton Cerf, commonly referred to as “the father of the internet,” spoke to a crowd of over 60 people in the ICC Auditorium. Cerf, Senior Vice President... Read more

Leisure

Typical for the Shakespeare

The Shakespeare Theatre has gotten very good at turning out productions like Don Carlos. So good, in fact, that it’s getting difficult to tell them apart. King John’s throne appears... Read more

News

Anonymous group opposes Vagina Monologues

An anonymous source posted fliers disparaging last night’s performance of the Vagina Monologues. Many students confused the advertisements with other fliers sponsored by the directors of the play. The fliers... Read more

Leisure

Luna Lacking Luster

It’s been a decade now since the acrimonious breakup of Galaxie 500. Since the influential downbeat dronesters split in 1991, its members have continued down similar musical paths in new... Read more

News

Napster predicts its own shutdown

On Monday, a federal appeals court ruled that users of Napster, the online song-exchange network, were infringing on the copyrights of recording industries. The decision allowed a lower-court judge to... Read more

News

GUSA postpones Yard referendum

The Georgetown University Student Association decided Tues. to postpone a referendum that would determine the future of student government. Supporters of the Yard Student Association collected over 1,700 signatures on... Read more

Leisure

Lez’her Ledger

The Georgetown Voice would like to thank the Hoya for running a classified ad for www.m4m-dc.com. The site, billed as a gay dating service, would be more accurately titled www.dc-gay-sex-right-now.com.... Read more

Sports

The Sports Sermon

Baseball and playoff basketball would make for a nice February, huh?

Sports

The Answer

First things first: it’s braggin’ time. Last week, the gray box told you that Allen Iverson would be the MVP of the All-Star game (even though the prediction was worded... Read more

Sports

Sportsview

“Now this is a story all about how my life got flipped turn upside down.” So I was stone cold chilling this week, as I am prone to do, and... Read more

Sports

Villa-no-fun for poor shooting Hoyas

After a confidence-crushing loss against Providence over the weekend, Georgetown was defeated Monday by Villanova, 59-56. Georgetown’s woes were certainly offense-driven. While the Wildcats only shot 43 percent and turned... Read more

Sports

Da Scoop: Georgetown Sports Summary

Women’s Golf McDonough Arena can add another name to its list of varsity sports. With the hiring of Leland Beckel, Georgetown has officially started its first women’s golf program. Beckel,... Read more

Voices

The cost of U.S. policy in Iraq

The United States’ policy towards Iraq has been without a sane “helmsman” for the past 20 years. The United States actively supported Saddam Hussein even while he committed human rights... Read more

Voices

Animal house

The scum-sucker is staring at me. He’s hovering underneath the fake pink and green sea foliage, gills furiously slapping against his body, top fin arched high over his beady little... Read more

Voices

The irony of beer

Beer is one of the most ugly things I’ve ever seen. It’s yellow and foamy, and it reminds me of a polluted waterfall as it pours over the edge of... Read more

Voices

What a difference a year makes

One year ago, I was in a very different place. One year ago, I was nearly dead. One year ago, I was in the hospital trying to keep myself alive.... Read more

Editorials

Cheque this out

This weekend is Senior Parents’ Weekend. The Senior Class Committee has extended the invitation to parents of seniors to “take part in some of the events that they have enjoyed during their years at Georgetown.” The primary event, however, appears to be parting with a large sum of money in exchange for inclusion in the weekend’s activities.

Editorials

Leaving Lorton

Lorton Correctional Complex, a medium and maximum security prison in suburban Virginia, is on its way to a projected December closure, leaving the city with no prison in the metropolitan area. Bi-weekly bus trips take the once-7,200 inmates to new facilities elsewhere?such as Virginia, Ohio, New York and New Mexico?which are a mixture of federal, state and private institutions with which the city has contracted.

Editorials

Hypocrisy on the hill

In a typical election cycle, fundraising activity among members of Congress is fairly quiet following the presidential election. The first few months of the new term are generally a time of much-needed respite for the members after the grueling scramble to raise funds for the campaign trail. Yet despite the fact that the 2000 elections were more tiresome than most elections in years past, this post-election period has seen little slowing of fundraising activity.

News

GUSA v. Yard

Systems of government rise and fall. Empires and kingdoms have given way to socialism and capitalism. Thirty years ago, the former Yard gave way to GUSA, and now a new... Read more

News

Students remember hate crimes

Yesterday evening a small crowd of students gathered in Red Square to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the rally organized by the Georgetown Unity Coalition. Last year’s rally had a... Read more

News

Mistake alters election

Will Cosmas (CAS ‘01), Georgetown University Student Association Election Commissioner is filing a formal complaint with the Student Activities Commission against the student-run Saxa Server. The Server, which ran Friday’s... Read more