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Safety Concerns to Be Addressed After Metro Worker Injured

By Alex Mooney December 1, 2017

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is responding to safety concerns following an injury sustained by a Metro worker performing a repair on the Washington, D.C. transit’s electrical rail...

Care For Mind & Body

Care For Mind & Body

By The Editorial Board September 11, 2015

The university has done well in showing its concern for its student-athletes, who know the risks associated with the sports they play. The recent hiring of a full-time club sports physical trainer, as...

Defending Club Athletes

By The Editorial Board November 7, 2014

How many times did we hear, “Safety is our number one priority” in high school physical education classes? It may be impossible to count, but if students could glean anything from high school P.E.,...

Ayegba Suffers Major Knee Injury

By Lawson Ferguson August 8, 2011

Sophomore center Moses Ayegba has suffered another setback early in his Georgetown career. A university press release revealed on Monday that he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during...

Junior Overcomes Late Summer Injury to Spark No. 15 Lady Hoyas

By Lawson Ferguson September 16, 2010

The women's soccer team headed to the West Coast on Wednesday to prepare for this weekend's games against top-10 teams Santa Clara and Stanford. The Hoyas possess a sparkling 7-0 record thanks to the top...

Fire on 2nd Floor of New North Injures Two Facilities Workers

By Eamon O'Connor and Laura Engshuber April 13, 2010

Two facilities workers injured by a fire that broke out shortly before 3 a.m. Thursday morning in a second-floor New North office are in stable condition at the burn center of the Washington Hospital...

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