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Men’s Lacrosse Eases Past NJIT

Men’s Lacrosse Eases Past NJIT

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04/20/2019

The Georgetown’s men’s lacrosse team (10-4, 2-2 Big East) defeated the NJIT Highlanders (2-12) on Saturday by a final score of 23-7. While NJIT would score first just 36 seconds into the game, it was all Hoyas after that in their final non-conference game of the season. Georgetown held a 5-3 lead after one period…

Swiping Out Food Insecurity, One Meal at a Time

Swiping Out Food Insecurity, One Meal at a Time

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04/12/2019

Swipe. “Next!” This is a familiar refrain heard by every Georgetown student in the Leo O’Donovan Dining Hall on any given day. Swipe.“Next!” They take back their GOCards and enter the downstairs eating area. Swipe.“Next!” While many on campus are able to easily hand over their GOCard to Suru, there are others facing food insecurity…

Former Colombian President Santos Speaks on Peace Process

Former Colombian President Santos Speaks on Peace Process

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03/04/2019

Former Colombian president and 2016 Nobel Peace Prize winner Juan Manuel Santos spoke in the Lohrfink Auditorium on Feb. 26 to promote his new documentary, Port of Destiny: Peace, which was screened at the event. Santos addressed the process of peace, both in Colombia and around the world.   Port of Destiny: Peace recounts Santos’…

Blackface Performance, Offensive Costumes Featured in Old Yearbooks

Blackface Performance, Offensive Costumes Featured in Old Yearbooks

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02/26/2019

Content warning: This article contains images of blackface.   Georgetown yearbooks contain images of Georgetown students wearing blackface and other racist costumes dating up to the 1970s. When Ari Goldstein (COL ’18) was researching old Georgetown yearbooks, called Ye Domesday Book, he found a 1942 description of a university performance centered around blackface. The event…

Taking Control by Opening Up

Taking Control by Opening Up

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02/15/2019

When I was a kid, I used to rewatch Monsters, Inc. all the time, enough that I wore out the family VHS tape. Do you remember that scene when one monster comes out of his door with a sock on his back, and the Scare Floor erupts in chaos? If you really think back, you…

New Second District MPD Commander Named

New Second District MPD Commander Named

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02/14/2019

Duncan Bedlion was recently named Second District Commander of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). The Second District includes the Georgetown campus and runs between the Potomac River and Western Avenue. In a statement on the D.C. government website, Bedlion wrote, “I am both honored and excited about my new assignment as the district commander. I…

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