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by Will Sommer
On May 8, 2007, Department of Public Safety officers were faced with a terrifying prospect: an anonymous caller to the Metropolitan Police Department had threatened to commit “mass murder” inside the Bunn Intercultural Center.
NEWS
Veterans benefits increased, GU vets not satisfied
Although Georgetown announced this week that it would increase the aid it gives to undergraduate veterans fivefold, veterans’ advocates on campus say the new aid package is still not effective in controlling the cost of a Georgetown education.
GUSA execs reflect on campus promises, new initiatives

GUSA searches for GUTS funding

DPS responds to assaults

Saxa Politica: When Club Lau just won’t do

Hoya defers independence, reflects on diversity progress

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SPORTS
Lightweight crew prepares for Eastern Sprints
Georgetown’s lightweight crew team has spent its entire season preparing for one thing: Eastern Sprints. Even though the crew team is winless so far this season, they are by no means out of the competition. One sign of hope for the team is last weekend’s meet against Princeton and Penn where the Hoyas lost to top ranked Princeton by only 2.4 seconds in the varsity race.
The Sports Sermon

Women win in OT thriller

Hoyas fall in final minutes

Natty Enlightenment

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EDITORIAL
Shuttering Burleith’s cranky shutterbug
The contentious relationship between Georgetown neighbors and University students hit a new low this week with the rise of DrunkenGeorgetownStudents.com. The site is run by Stephen R. Brown, a cantankerous Burleith resident with a camera and limited website design skills and publishes damning photographs and commentary about the weekend partying habits of his student and “young professionall [sic]” neighbors.
Weekend GUTS routes must continue

New culture of accountability at SAC?

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LEISURE
lez’hur ledger: Get those kids off my lawn
Getting out of bed on a weekday is always hard for me, but this Sunday it was almost impossible. I was hung-over, sure, but with The Roots, John Legend, and Sting playing for the Climate Rally on the National Mall, I found my inner strength. Plus, it was free.
Banksy makes bank in Exit Through the Gift Shop
Not senioritis, senior-artists

Summer sequels
Critical Voices: The Hold Steady, Heaven is Whenever
Critical Voices: The National, High Violet
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VOICES
Summer’s Calling
Earlier this month, I had an interview for a summer job. Walking into the lobby of the building, I was apprehensive about what awaited me beyond the elevator doors. It wasn’t the interview itself that worried me—thanks to the experience I had last summer, I just wanted to see what the place looked like.
Passed out: Voice staffers’ unconscionable Georgetown Days

Outdated data sweep poverty under the rug

Student solidarity in wake of recent sexual assaults

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FICTION
Up in Beacon
Dear Sonny Jr.,
Last time you wrote you said you wanted to hear some of the old stories back when we had the bar up in Beacon. Your mother won’t be too happy I’m telling you, but you’re old enough, and I’m sure you could use a good laugh with all the tests and essays you have.
The Victims

Street Flash

Fluorine

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Georgetown Hospital-Howard partnership receives NIH grant
Coming on the heels of a multi-million dollar grant, Georgetown University Medical Center and Howard University joined forces to form the Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for ...
A response to a response: The 2010 Campus Plan fight continues
In response to Georgetown University’s “misleading” point-by-point letter, the Citizens’ Association of Georgetown (CAG) published a letter of its own, ...
EXCELLENT NEWS: Georgetown to offer wireless access in all dorms
Remember when we declared that “Georgetown is still not even close to being a totally-wireless campus?” Boy, were we wrong. Over the next academic year, University ...
Young alumni donations rise compared to last year
Aided by the University’s ongoing efforts to raise funds for the 1789 Scholarship Imperative, young alumni donations increased by 25 percent in the past year. The Office of ...
Free for All: Kenny G and Danielle Steele not included
What’s cheaper than a dollar store? DC’s Fringe Festival brings more than art to the District … it’s also brings free clothes, books, and music. The Free Store ...
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