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After Antisemitic Shooting, GU Mourns, Calls for Action

After Antisemitic Shooting, GU Mourns, Calls for Action

By Alexandra Bowman November 2, 2018

Georgetown’s Jewish community and its allies are calling for action against antisemitism in the wake of Saturday’s mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. Robert Bowers entered...

CHRISTOVICH | Sports Figures Must Advocate for Social Change

CHRISTOVICH | Sports Figures Must Advocate for Social Change

By Amanda Christovich November 2, 2018

Focusing on sports this week was difficult. Joking about the World Series and all 18 innings of a Game 3 that extended well into the middle of the night was hard. Revelling in the New Orleans Saints’...

SIXTH & I The Washington, D.C. Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency announced funds to bolster security provisions at faith-based organizations. HSEMA will also offer security preparedness workshops.

DC Homeland Security Grants $1 Million to Religious Groups

By Will Cassou November 2, 2018

Washington, D.C.’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency announced on Oct. 29 nearly $1 million in grants to improve security at D.C. religious institutions. The grants come as security...

Softball | Pitchers Struggle in Florida

By Tyler Park February 23, 2016

Last season, senior pitchers threw 78.3 percent of the innings for the Georgetown softball team. This season, the Hoyas (1-7) have shown their inexperience in the circle. This weekend, they struggled to...

FILE PHOTO: JULIA HENNRIKUS/THE HOYA
The Georgetown softball team picked up one 13-6 win over Indiana University-Purdue University 
Fort Wayne and took two losses in its first spring tournament in Charleston, N.C., last weekend.

Softball | GU Faces 5 Florida Games

By Sophia Poole February 19, 2016

The Georgetown softball team (1-2) will compete this weekend in Jacksonville, Fla., playing five games over three days. The team will take on Penn State (1-4) and Pittsburgh (4-1) on Friday, followed...

Started from the Bottom

By Nick Fedyk October 4, 2013

With a 6-2 win over the Cincinnati Reds in the National League wild-card game earlier this week, the Pittsburgh Pirates finally punched their ticket to the MLB postseason. After one of the longest droughts...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Frontcourt Dominates in Georgetown Victory

By Pat Curran March 7, 2013

NEW YORK — There's a reason they call it Big Man U. Fifth-seeded Georgetown showed off the two latest additions to its legacy of outstanding post players Wednesday afternoon, as senior center Henry...

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL | White Secures Last-Gasp Win Over Pitt at the Line

By Carolyn Maguire February 26, 2013

The game between Georgetown and Pittsburgh on Saturday was tied at 70 with 37 seconds left, and the Hoyas had possession. Everyone in the Petersen Events Center knew, then, that senior shooting guard Sugar...

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL | Rodgers’ 25 Drive Bounce-Back Rout of Pitt

By Carolyn Maguire January 29, 2013

For better or worse, sometimes the final score of a game is not entirely indicative of the run of play. Such was the case Saturday afternoon at McDonough Arena, as the Georgetown women’s basketball...

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Pitt Hands Georgetown Worst Loss in Almost 40 Years

By Pat Curran January 9, 2013

Georgetown has struggled on offense all season. Tuesday night, the Hoyas found out what happens when defense abandons them, too. No. 19 Georgetown (10-3, 0-2 Big East) suffered its worst loss since...

SOFTBALL | GU Swept in Doubleheader

By Rachael Augostini April 13, 2012

Despite a strong effort in the first game of their doubleheader, the Georgetown softball team (15-25, 0-8 Big East) came up empty in Wednesday’s contests at Big East rival Pittsburgh and have now lost...

TENNIS | Men Shut Out UMW; Women Cruise in Big East Opener

By Celee Belmonte February 14, 2012

The Georgetown men's and women's tennis teams swept the competition this weekend with victories over Mary Washington and Pittsburgh, respectively. The men's squad cruised to a 7-0 victory while the women...

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