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News Hit: NATO SG Rasmussen accepts GIWPS award

News Hit: NATO SG Rasmussen accepts GIWPS award

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03/20/2014

Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Anders Fogh Rasmussen received a 2014 Hillary Clinton Award from the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security in a ceremony on Wednesday. The award recognizes service to promoting women, peace, and security. “Women play a very particular role in … societies,” Rasmussen said. “It is so…

Baseball fights weather, injuries

Baseball fights weather, injuries

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03/20/2014

The only members of the Georgetown campus more worried about the number of snow days piling up this semester than Assistant Provost John Q. Pierce would be the baseball team, which has only seen one full practice on a baseball field the entire spring because of the inclement weather. The team just recently returned from…

All the Way: Taking it slowly

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03/06/2014

My introduction to our nation’s pastime began at a slow and steady pace. I was too young to actually remember when I was graced with my first mitt or instructed to throw a ball to my dad, but I’m sure it was a gleaming moment in the eyes of my parents to see their first…

On the Record: Lessons from Lukezic

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02/20/2014

Moving from a suburban city in the mountains outside of Seattle to the bustle of Washington, D.C. to attend Georgetown University was not an easy decision for former Hoya track and field standout Christopher Lukezic. For him, the move meant that he would be entering “an incredibly different world” with “an incredibly different set of…

Snowboard Slopestyle Too Dangerous?

Snowboard Slopestyle Too Dangerous?

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02/13/2014

  When one of the best snowboarder of all time drops out of an Olympic event because he is worried about making it through the course without injuring himself, it may be time to consider that there is a problem. Shaun White recently released a statement explaining that he would not be competing in Sochi’s…

A Lakers Eulogy

A Lakers Eulogy

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02/06/2014

Being a Lakers fan used to be a lot of fun. Following the team into the playoffs year after year; watching Kobe light up the stage by making shots that I could have sworn were physically impossible; and studying the ways of Zen-master Phil Jackson all made being a fan of the Purple and Gold…

All The Way: MLB lowers transfer fees

All The Way: MLB lowers transfer fees

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02/06/2014

  This is a column from the February 6, 2014 edition of The Georgetown Voice. It can be found here Major League Baseball did its part to help reduce the United States’ trade deficit before the end of 2013 by developing and executing a new posting system for Japanese players being traded out of Nippon Professional Baseball…

Safety in Sochi: Snowboard Slopestyle

Safety in Sochi: Snowboard Slopestyle

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02/06/2014

When one of the best snowboarder of all time drops out of an Olympic event because he is worried about making it through the course without injuring himself, it may be time to consider the reality that there is a problem. Shaun White recently released a statement explaining that he would not be competing in…

News Hit: Recruiting numbers down

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02/06/2014

Georgetown has seen a dip in the number of employers recruiting on campus since the 2012-2013 academic year. According to a report provided by the Cawley Career Education Center, 42 employers, including the Boston Consulting Group, the Central Intelligence Agency, and M&T Bank, out of the 124 that came to campus to recruit during the…

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