Post Tagged with: "rumors"

EDITORIAL: Dispel Recycling Rumors

Recycling at Georgetown University is needlessly confusing. The university’s failure to explain recycling procedures has muddled student understanding of what should be a simple process, leaving a vacuum for detrimental rumors to fester. Georgetown vastly improved its waste management system with its hiring of a recycling manager in 1989. By[Read More…]

by February 22, 2019 0 comments Editorial, Opinion

Coming Soon: Mask and Bauble’s ‘Rumors’

The Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society’s first show of the season “Rumors” is over-the-top, entertaining and, simply put, ridiculous. Written by Neil Simon, who is is best known for his play “The Odd Couple,” which later became a popular sitcom, “Rumors” contains Simon’s trademark quick wit and absurd sense of[Read More…]

PARK: MLB Trade Deadline Recap

PARK: MLB Trade Deadline Recap

The Major League Baseball trade deadline is often a chaotic event. Potential playoff teams scramble to add reinforcements to drive their postseason push. Teams that have fallen out of the race seek to replenish their farm systems by adding young talent to help them in future seasons. This year’s hectic[Read More…]

by August 2, 2016 0 comments Sports, Sports - Top
Hospital Will Remain Despite Rumors

Hospital Will Remain Despite Rumors

Contrary to recent media speculation, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital does not have plans to move to Capitol Crossing, a new development being constructed near Interstate 395 in downtown D.C. The Washington Post reported on April 29 that the hospital and medical school could be moving to the new site, which[Read More…]

by May 17, 2012 0 comments Campus News, News

There’s Nothing Juicy About It

With spreading through Georgetown, there are no winners on the Hilltop. Juicy Campus is a dangerous and undesired element, a cancer to our community, and action needs to be taken against its potential to do harm to our school. The Web site allows anyone to anonymously post gossip about[Read More…]

by September 19, 2008 0 comments Editorial, Opinion