Chris Castano

Isaac Copeland: A Star in the Making

Isaac Copeland: A Star in the Making


He’s a Hoya, stands six-foot-nine, and plays small forward. He’s tall, lanky, and prefers making plays that don’t always make it into the box score. And he might just be the team’s next superstar.   Thinking Isaac Copeland? You also wouldn’t be wrong if you picture a former fan favorite and Washington Wizard Otto Porter…

Out of Control: Say goodbye to griefers, hello teamwork


Some of my fondest gaming memories happened at my local public library. Every so often, my brother and I would bike there to take advantage of its setup of multiple adjacent computers. We would spend hours on Saturdays playing Runescape Classic, a massive multiplayer online role playing game that was popular back in our middle…

Men’s lacrosse falls against Towson


The Georgetown men’s lacrosse team (0-2, 0-0 Big East) suffered a 9-6 loss to the Towson Tigers (2-1, 0-0 CAA) in their home opener. The Hoyas fell behind early in the game, and despite mounting a small comeback in the second half, never looked to threaten their opponents’ lead. “You can’t put yourself in a…

Men’s basketball blows by St. John’s


Freshman guard Isaac Copeland defied his years once again to help the Georgetown men’s basketball team (17-8, 9-5 Big East) put together another strong conference win, this time against St. John’s (17-9, 6-7 Big East). The Hoyas calmed the Red Storm 79-57 in a game that should have been closer than it was. Georgetown head…

Curtain Call: The diversity of Georgetown’s theater scene

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Few come to Georgetown for the theater scene. Until recently, the university did not even have a theater major or administrative structures to support acting or set design. In spite of this, Georgetown boasts four active, student-run theater groups. With their unique quirks and history, each campus theater group occupies a niche in the theater community….

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