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'Is the African-American coach becoming extinct?'

5 hours agoSports : Globetrotting

When Tracy Dildy was growing up, watching men like Nolan Richardson roam the sideline at Arkansas and John Thompson win an NCAA tournament championship at Georgetown inspired his career choice.

Capital One

More than 30 years ago, Georgetown went on a run that left the Hoyas sitting atop the college basketball world. The post Capital One appeared first on SLAMonline.

Hayashi Presents Phantom Income and the Simple Economics of Paying In Kind Today at Georgetown

Andrew T. Hayashi (Virginia) presents Taxing Committed Consumption and the Simple Economics of Paying in Kind at Georgetown today as part of its Tax Law and Public Finance Workshop Series hosted by John Brooks, Itai Grinberg, and David Schizer: This article explores the effects of taxing committed consumption, that is,...

Georgetown junior D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera enters NBA draft

Smith-Rivera to skip his senior year and sign with agent,        

Georgetown Tries To Purge Campus of Rivals' T-Shirts

The Athletics Department is making a deal: trade in old shirts from other schools for brand-new Georgetown ones. [ more › ]

Hey, Whatever Happened To That Cupcake ATM In Georgetown?

It's been three years in the making, if you can believe it. [ more › ]


TEXAS TOWN GOES 100% NEW ENERGY TO SAVE $$$ Texas city opts for 100% renewable energy – to save cash, not the planet; Georgetown, Texas decision not about going green: ‘I’m probably the furthest thing from an Al Gore clone you couldShow More Summary

Get to Know a Judge: Thomas Ambro, A Voice for Liberalism, Bankruptcy

Judge Thomas Ambro joined the Third Circuit in 1999, as a Clinton appointee. A graduate of Georgetown University for both undergrad and law school, he previously worked in the law firm of Richards, Layton & Finger for 34 years. In private practice, Ambro focused on bankruptcy and business law.......

Texas Town First of Many to Switch to 100% Renewable Power

On March 18 the city of Georgetown, Texas announced that it would soon be generating 100 percent of its electricity from renewable sources without any help from coal, oil, natural gas, or nuclear power. Georgetown will be the first of many cities in Texas...

We Remember: 33rd Anniversary of Michael Jordan's Tournament Winner for UNC

On this date 33 years ago, a North Carolina Tar Heels freshman named Michael Jordan hit a last-minute shot to win a national championship. With North Carolina trailing Georgetown by one point with 15 seconds remaining, Jordan gave his team a 63-62 lead by draining a clutch jumper. Show More Summary

Heaven and hell: Story behind Villanova upset of Georgetown

4 days agoNews : NY Daily News

The morning of the most important college basketball game Rollie Massimino would ever coach began with a death in the Villanova Wildcats’ family.

Cut-Off From The Grid, Thrive On Renewable Energy: Texas Town To Ditch Fossil Fuels, Rely Solely On Solar And Wind Farms

Georgetown, a small town in Texas has announced its ambitious intention to completely rely on renewable energy sources and ditch the usage of fossil fuels to power its homes and businesses. Earlier this month, Costa Rica attested the...Show More Summary

Photos: Lionel Messi, Argentina National Soccer Team Train at Georgetown University

                             Messi & co. were in town this week, in case you didn't hear. [ more › ]

NCAA: Changes Georgetown Basketball Needs to Make to End Its Sweet 16 Drought

Giants once walked the land of Georgetown basketball. N ot just in stature, like 7-footers Patrick Ewing and Dikembe Mutombo, but also in defensive toughness, athleticism and attitude. The Hoyas, three-time NCAA finalists and the 1984 national champions, used to be kings. But Georgetown in recent years has gone from feared lion to paper tiger. Show More Summary

Almost Perfect

I was obsessed with March Madness even before I fully understood basketball. During the 1982 final between Georgetown and North Carolina, I wondered why Patrick Ewing was left on the court after he picked up four quick goaltending violations—Wasn’t he on the verge of fouling out? my 9-year-old self asked. Show More Summary

Galle: In Praise of Ex Ante Regulation

Brian D. Galle (Boston College; moving to Georgetown), In Praise of Ex Ante Regulation, 68 Vand. L. Rev. ___ (2015): Timing is an important consideration in regulatory design. Corrective taxes are usually imposed before or contemporaneously with the harmful activity they are aimed at preventing, while tort awards are assessed...

Lionel Messi and Argentina are at the Wizards-Pacers game

Messi and the Argentina national team have been training at Georgetown.

MSNBC Analyst Michael Eric Dyson Complains About 'Choreography' of Black Leaders at Levi Pettit Press Conference

Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson, himself an ordained Baptist preacher, was critical of black legislators and clergy who surrounded disgraced frat boy Levi Pettit at a March 25 press conference in which he apologized for his now-infamous racist chant about lynched blacks.

Messi and Argentina practice at Georgetown

They pressed against the black metal fence hugging Shaw Field, hundreds of soccer fans drawn to Georgetown’s campus in the middle of a Tuesday afternoon to see the most famous athlete on the planet (Lionel Messi) and the sport’s second-best national team (Argentina). They were on the roof and in the windows of Leavey Center […]

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