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Graham Grabs Gold at Jr. Nats

Graham Grabs Gold at Jr. Nats By Eric Kim Hoya Staff Writer While most Georgetown students were relaxing during their summer, sophomore James Graham got a taste of gold at the USA Track and Field Junior National Championships at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas June 23-24. Graham[Read More…]

by September 1, 2000 0 comments Uncategorized

Status On 1999 Recommendations And Updated Recommendations On Bureaucracy

1. Substantial restructuring of the Office of Student Affairs. Timeframe: Immediate and continuous review. Status: Preliminary steps were made with the elimination of the Dean of Students/Director of Special Projects. 2000 Recommendation. Further restructuring of the Office of Student Affairs as the new Vice-President assumes his/her responsibilities to reduce bureaucratic[Read More…]

by April 7, 2000 0 comments Uncategorized

Jr. Circuit Weak without Jr. Griffey

Athletic Supporter Jr. Circuit Weak without Jr. Griffey By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer It is getting to be that time of year again, when the grass is turning green, shorts are becoming the clothing of choice and baseball starts. Spring training is a sign that baseball is on the[Read More…]

by March 28, 2000 0 comments Uncategorized

Women’s Basketball: GU Tops St. John’s

GU Tops St. John’s By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown women’s basketball team extended their winning streak to three games by putting together a dramatic second half comeback to defeat St. John’s, 60-54, in cDonough Arena Saturday afternoon. The Hoyas’ current winning streak comes in the wake of[Read More…]

by January 25, 2000 0 comments Uncategorized

Students Support Bradley Campaign

Students Support Bradley Campaign By Trudy Garber Hoya Staff Writer A group of 16 Georgetown students traveled to New Hampshire this past weekend to join 1,000 people from across the country to campaign for Bill Bradley. The weekend consisted of door-to-door solicitation, a fund-raising party and the distribution of informational[Read More…]

by November 9, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Eight GUSA Candidates Selected in Primaries

Eight GUSA Candidates Selected in Primaries By Jean Weinberg Hoya Staff Writer Roughly 50 percent of the freshman class voted in the GUSA primary elections Wednesday, narrowing the pool of candidates for GUSA representative from 19 to eight. Final elections, in which the candidate pool will be narrowed from eight[Read More…]

by October 1, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

So Far, So Good: Hoyas Flatten Friars in League Openers

So Far, So Good: Hoyas Flatten Friars in League Opener Georgetown Records Third Shutout of Year By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown women’s soccer team has given the coaches of the Big East something to think about. Collectively, the 13 coaches of the Big East predicted Georgetown to[Read More…]

by September 21, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Over-Activists Underappreciated

Over-Activists Underappreciated By Marshall Van Valen Oh, look – there’s a new cause on campus. It has been discovered that the native French Polynesian three-toed toad monkeys are being given harmful hangnails by big, mean corporations. What to do? What to do? We must mount a campaign against the evil,[Read More…]

by September 17, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

New Noise Policy Impacts Seniors

by September 10, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized

Turning the Tables on Four Years of Advice

Turning the Tables on Four Years of Advice By Clay Risen During my time at Georgetown, I’ve heard, and heeded, a lot of pieces of advice. Just do it. Seize the day. Befriend books. Wear sunscreen. I’ve received them from relatives, read them in magazines and heard them in speeches.[Read More…]

by May 4, 1999 0 comments Uncategorized