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GUSA ElectionVoter Turnout Down

By Tim Sullivan Hoya Staff Writer In an election marred by problems with GUSA’s experimentation with online voting, 12 GU students were elected to the GUSA general assembly Wednesday. Twenty-eight and a half percent of the student body voted in the election, down from last year’s mark of 41 percent,[Read More…]

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GUSA Online Elections Delayed by Fraud Attempts

By Joe Harten Hoya Staff Writer A primitive computer attack caused GUSA’s first online election to stop running on Wednesday. GUSA and leaders of the Saxa server, the student-run Web server that GUSA chose as the platform for this year’s class representative elections, extended the voting period for an hour[Read More…]

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Status On 1999 Recommendations And Updated Recommendations On Space

1. Construction of a student union building to be included as part of the Southwest Quadrangle Construction Project, either as an extension to a currently planned building or as a separate site to be located in the general vicinity of the Southwest Quad. Construction plans should be included in the[Read More…]

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Climate Coalition Changes Format

Students Fought Against GCC By Andreas Andrea Hoya Staff Writer Georgetown Law Center students are proclaiming success in their campaign to affect changes to the Global Climate Coalition, an organization that defines itself on its Web site as “a voice for business in the global warming debate.” General Motors has[Read More…]

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On Campus…In Brief

Students filled Reiss 103 for the first ever Freshman Talent Show, sponsored by InterHall. The show was produced by Heath Carter (COL’03), president of Village C West, Glibert Cruz (COL’03), president of Village C East and Jessica Melton (COL ’03), president of Harbin Hall. Carter, also president-elect of InterHall said,[Read More…]

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First I-Week Celebrates International GU Culture

By Tracy Zupancis Hoya Staff Writer Throughout the course of this week, International Student and Scholar Services, over 10 Georgetown University departments and more than 30 student organizations are sponsoring a series of events celebrating the intercultural community of Georgetown. Program coordinator for IS Elizabeth Eck said this is the[Read More…]

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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…]

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Urick’s Four Goals Sink No. 9 Midshipmen

GU Undefeated in Conference Play; Urick Named ECAC Player of the Week By Karen Travers Hoya Staff Writer In a game that essentially decided who would get the ECAC’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, No. 6 Georgetown held off a threat from No. 11 Navy, 14-10 Saturday on Kehoe[Read More…]

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Georgetown Drops Three to Seton Hall

By Mike Hume and Sarah Walsh Hoya Staff Writers The Georgetown baseball team headed into last weekend 0-6 in the Big East but hopeful that the weekend series against conference rival Seton Hall would improve that record. The team almost succeeded with an extra-innings contest in the first game of[Read More…]

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Hoyas’ 14-4 Victory Takes Fight Out of Irish

By Sean Gormley Hoya Staff Writer It took a little while, but once the Georgetown women’s lacrosse team got settled against Notre Dame, it cruised to its third consecutive dominating victory. Despite scoring only one goal in the first 13 minutes of play, the Hoyas turned it up a notch[Read More…]

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