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Tuition Rates, Student Body To Be Raised

Tuition Rates, Student Body To Be Raised Minimal Increases For 2000-2001 Year By Beth Hanson Hoya Staff Writer Applicants to Georgetown have received letters of acceptance or deferral for the class of 2004. According to recently released statistics, there will be more students at Georgetown next year – and they[Read More…]

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Census 2000 Efforts Hit Georgetown Campus

Census 2000 Efforts Hit Georgetown Campus By Tracy Zupancis Hoya Staff Writer Over the course of the past week, Census 2000 employees descended on Georgetown and the rest of the nation’s more than 3000 universities. According to Delores Jeter, a survey statistician with Census 2000, which began on April 1,[Read More…]

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For HoyaSibs, A Family Affair

For HoyaSibs, A Family Affair By Andreas Andrea Hoya Staff Writer Several campus organizations cooperated this weekend to produce the first annual HoyaSibs weekend, which allowed students and their siblings to spend time together within the structure of specially organized activities, events and safety precautions. Although the coordinators initially faced[Read More…]

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Delay Likely For One Card Release

Delay Likely For One Card Release Card May not be Ready By Fall, GUSA Reps Say By Kelly L. Karsner Hoya Staff Writer The release date of the One Card, originally scheduled for the beginning of the fall 2000 semester, is in jeopardy. According to Jon Yeatman, (MSB ’00) and[Read More…]

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Georgetown Media Group Auctioned Classes on eBay

Georgetown Media Group Auctioned Classes on eBay University Does Not Continue Program By Vince Mareino Hoya Staff Writer Everyone’s trying eBay, even the university. Always looking for new ways to make money, Georgetown’s Networked Media Center, a branch of its Communications, Culture and Technology graduate program, tried auctioning seats on[Read More…]

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No. 6 Hoyas Clobber No. 5 Tar Heels

No. 6 Hoyas Clobber No. 5 Tar Heels By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer The North Carolina Tar Heels rolled into Georgetown Saturday, looking for revenge for their ousting in last year’s NCAA tournament at the hands of the Hoyas. Georgetown was not about to let that happen, and sent[Read More…]

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Hoyas Get First Conference Win

Hoyas Get First Conference Win Big East Record Improves to 1-11 with Win Over Johnnies By Sean Gormley and Mike Hume Hoya Staff Writers This weekend started off with more of the same, as the Georgetown baseball lost two games to Big East foe St. John’s on Saturday, but Georgetown[Read More…]

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Georgetown Qualifies for National Championship

Georgetown Qualifies for National Championship By Ed Przylucki Hoya Staff Writer Despite the many accomplishments of the Georgetown University sailing teams over the past few years, there has been one goal the Hoyas had yet to attain: an invitation to the Team Race National Championship. That all changed this past[Read More…]

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GU Remains atop ECAC

GU Remains atop ECAC By Karen Travers Hoya Staff Writer The train keeps on rolling. The No. 6 Georgetown men’s lacrosse team ran over another ECAC opponent last weekend, when the Hoyas traveled to Stony Brook and routed the Seawolves 19-6. The victory was the eighth of the season for[Read More…]

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