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The never-ending reformation

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03/01/2001

It’s the graveyard shift, 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. Two sophomores sit on the floor in the living room of Village B 50. The light is just beginning to filter in through the windows, illuminating the impressive silhouette of the Healy clock tower, just outside the window and up past Healy gates. The folding party…

You don’t know Jack

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02/22/2001

City council member Jack Evans has his office in the fortress of city bureaucracy that sits at One Judiciary Square. From here he represents Ward 2, which includes all of Georgetown University and the surrounding neighborhoods. Evans has served on the Council for 10 years now and currently is the Chair of the Finance and…

The class of ’74

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02/15/2001

Georgetown history would not be complete without the class of 1974. You may ask why … there is no extremely good answer, but it just makes sense to say so. The Voice decided to contact random alumni from the class that graduated 27 years ago to see where they are now. Everybody hears about the…

Hoyas: Are they for choice?

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02/08/2001

The battle between Georgetown as a Catholic institution and as a university is perhaps nowhere better shown than in the abortion debate. Georgetown has walked a tightrope between academic freedom of speech and its obligation to Catholic moral principles. As the country comes under the direction of a new, more conservative President, and RU-486 (the…

Film at Georgetown

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02/01/2001

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 century, films in particular grew to function not just as cultural reflectors, but as the molders of culture, as signposts to attitudes and trends. Although…

A Saturday to remember

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01/25/2001

As George Walker Bush was sworn in as the nation’s 43rd president, hundreds of thousands of onlookers stood from the front of the capital stretching all the way back to the reflecting pool of the Washington monument. They faced bone-chilling temperatures, rain bordering on sleet and crowds and congestion nearly everywhere to witness the first…


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