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Nomadic bends skills

While the atrocities committed against the Jews during the Holocaust are widely acknowledged and condemned, the stories of Hitler’s other victims are often overlooked. Through his drama Bent, Martin Sherman... Read more

Voices

Privacy, please

Thanks to Georgetown … I have a brand new credit card from MBNA. It looks pretty nice; it has a picture of Georgetown, the Visa logo and most of my... Read more

Voices

Owner of a lonely heart

After the last time I wrote, one of my professors described my article as having one of the “eternal themes of youth.” My friends give me a hard time because... Read more

News

Vive le maire!

The District of Columbia has long been plagued with idiosyncrasies that belie even the best attempts at explanation. The federal government is the city’s largest landholder, but it pays no... Read more

News

Students to bartend at Hoya’s

Student bartenders will be reinstated on the Georgetown campus this Thursday in an effort to facilitate community building, said Brian Walsh (CAS ‘02). In conjunction with Late Night at Leavey... Read more

News

Four cases of arson in Village C

Four fires were ignited in Village C dormitory causing damage to University and student property on the morning of January 26, 2001. Two D.C. Fire Inspectors who responded to the... Read more

News

Yard to hold referendum

Supporters of a group which wants to radically change the current system of student government have collected enough signatures to hold a school-wide referendum, according to one of the group... Read more

News

ANC votes against four liquor licenses

The Advisory Neighborhood Council recommended that Alcohol Board of Control not renew the liquor licenses of several Georgetown bars at a meeting on Tuesday. Four bars sought to renew their... Read more

Sports

Zone key to neutralizing Georgetown offense

If there is one thing to blame for the Hoyas’ recent struggles, it is zone defense. Both Notre Dame and Syracuse used zone to neutralize the Hoyas dominant low-post players... Read more

Sports

Hoyas stumble in thick of Big East play

The men’s basketball team had a few problems this week. After defeating UNLV Thursday at the MCI center, the Hoyas had their first losing streak of the season, dropping the... Read more

News

Georgetown student robbed at gunpoint

A Georgetown student was robbed at gunpoint at approximately 9:30 p.m. Monday on the 1900 block of 38th street, according to police. The suspect stole Kathleen Kingsbury’s (SFS ’01) wallet... Read more

Sports

The Sports Sermon

Following in the tradition of much of the 1990s, the Super Bowl was once again not Super in the least (you can only get so many one-armed goal line tackles... Read more

Sports

Twister was never this fun

As I write this, my shoulders are aching, a tiny muscle in my back is going into its tenth spasm of the hour and I’m sitting up straighter than I... Read more

Sports

Turnaround

From 16-0 to 17-3. It’s been a rough two weeks for the basketball team. The seemingly invincible team that turned Seton Hall from the tough new team with the bright... Read more

Editorials

Think globally

The findings issued by a panel of 150 scientists from 99 nations at a U.N. conference on global warming in Shanghai last week should strike fear into the heart of... Read more

Editorials

Act locally (vote!)

We urge the student body to show their strong support for the student activities funding referendum that will be voted on this Friday. One of the glaring weaknesses of Georgetown... Read more

Voices

Shake your money maker for a good cause

“We can act if we want to; if we don’t nobody will.” – Men Without Hats, “Safety Dance” This moment is about Hoya-Thon, Georgetown’s Dance Marathon benefiting Children’s Hospital through... Read more

Voices

A smart, wealthy Swede from Silicon Valley

From a biological standpoint, interracial marriages actually strengthen the human gene pool. Anthropologically speaking, interracial dating is a process of acculturation: adapting to another person’s cultural values while retaining your... Read more

Features

Film at Georgetown

The moving image. Since its premier in the late 1890s, it has restructured the industrialized world’s self-perspective, forever shifting the course of almost everything, from politics to art. Through this... Read more

Leisure

Electric Bugaloo

I received an e-mail from an old friend the other day, who had written to tell me that he had just spotted a troubling Kenneth Cole billboard in his hometown... Read more

Leisure

Don’t mask this bauble, baby

Peter Shaffer’s play, Amadeus, explores the most crippling fear of any artist: the fear of mediocrity. When a person cares to share an art––an expression of his humanity––he does so... Read more

Leisure

Lezher Ledger

Most Washingtonians are at least somewhat familiar with the Metro system here; for students it plays an integral role. It provides decent and convenient train and bus service for residents... Read more

News

Revolution

The complete overhaul of the Georgetown University Student Association is a campaign platform that at least one pair of students runs on every year when they are seeking to become... Read more

News

Former student becomes Philippine president

Former Georgetown student Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo became the 14th president of the Philippines after a bloodless coup Jan. 20 in which President Joseph Estrada, facing wide corruption charges, was stripped of... Read more

News

Students protest inauguration

A group of 29 student protesters affiliated with the Georgetown Solidarity Committee marched Saturday at the inauguration of George W. Bush. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist swore in Bush... Read more