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Privacy protected online, OIT says

With the advent of a new computer registration process, Office of Information Technology personnel can connect computers with their student owners in seconds, but concerns that this violates...


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Crescendo

Think you have to travel to Lincoln Center in New York City to hear premiere symphony music? Think again.


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Hoyas sit on Duke's late command

Chris Duhon's three-point shot from well behind the arc three and a half minutes into the second half sparked Duke's offense and gave the Blue Devils a lead over Georgetown which they held onto for...


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Early admissions pool decreases

A year after breaking several admissions records, undergraduate early decision numbers declined about 10 percent this year, and preliminary regular decision applicant figures appear constant.


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It ain't much, but it's home

Members of Tent 17--one of 22 in K-ville as of Tuesday night--set up in preparation for next month's game against Maryland. The blue tenting period begins tonight after the Georgetown game.


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Fuqua develops health policy council

Although education is often confined to understanding concepts in the classroom, a new program in the Health Sector Management Program at the Fuqua School of Business is bringing real-life issues...


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Course eval plan wins council OK

After a heated discussion at its last meeting of 2002, the Arts and Sciences Council approved a permanent opt-in system for the Student Accessible Course Evaluation System, at least temporarily...