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Hoyas Finish 11th at Navy Invitational

Hoyas Finish 11th at Navy Invitational By Meredith McCloskey Hoya Staff Writer For the second tournament in a row, inclement weather marred the performance of the Georgetown golf team, reducing play to just one round. The Hoyas finished in 11th place out of 19 teams at the Navy Spring Invitational[Read More…]

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Women’s Crew Wins at Duke; Weather Causes Men’s Cancellation

Women’s Crew Wins at Duke; Weather Causes Men’s Cancellation By Meredith McCloskey Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown women’s crew team was successful in varsity competition, but struggled in novice racing against Duke University on the Potomac this weekend. The Hoyas also dropped three races to Boston University. The regatta commenced[Read More…]

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Watkins Reflects Triumphs Of GU’s Program

Watkins Reflects Triumphs Of GU’s Program By Sean P. Flynn Hoya Staff Writer Perhaps the Georgetown basketball program’s greatest contribution to the sport is in the NBA. While the Hoyas boast one national title and three Final Four appearances, since 1990, Georgetown has made the Elite Eight only one time.[Read More…]

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Triumvirate of Talent

Georgetown’s Sophomore Trio Sets New Heights for Golf on the Hilltop By Meredith McCloskey Hoya Staff Writer Over the past year and a half, the Georgetown golf team has experienced a wave of success ignited by the sophomore triumvirate of talent – Cody Courbier, Tristan Lewis and Andreas Huber. This[Read More…]

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Spiders Nag Hoyas In Crushing Defeat

Spiders Nag Hoyas In Crushing Defeat By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown men’s tennis team couldn’t stop the bleeding that began over a month ago as their losing streak hit double digits over the weekend after a decisive 5-1 loss to the Richmond Spiders. While the Hoyas have[Read More…]

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Hoyas’ Streaks Continue

Hoyas’ Streaks Continue Women Down GW To Improve to 10-9 By Stephen Owens Hoya Staff Writer The Georgetown women’s tennis team scraped together just enough wins to land their sixth victory in a row, defeating George Washington 5-4 and catapulting their record (10-9) over the .500 barrier for the first[Read More…]

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A Matter Of Security

Social Security Number Should Be Kept Private By Sohrab Ghassemi I suggest that the Georgetown University administration use an arbitrarily invented number as our student identification number instead of our Social Security number. The use of our Social Security number as our student identification number raises enormously pressing privacy concerns.[Read More…]

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Death Penalty Has No Place in Just Society

Questions of Morality Admit No Exceptions By David Brodsky With the federal government considering a national moratorium on capital punishment, several states considering similar measures, students in colleges and universities in the area voting to support such measures and the entire nationwide organization of Knights of Columbus being charged by[Read More…]

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When Students Speak, University Should Listen

Second Report on Student Life Offers Administrators Advice Worth Considering By Tom Johnson For What It’s Worth Jonathan Swift once remarked in a typically caustic bit of verse: So, naturalists observe, a flea Has smaller fleas that on him prey; And these have smaller still to bite ’em; And so[Read More…]

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