The Georgetown Heckler

News | November 14, 2016

Washing Sheets for First Time Gives Freshman Highest Sense of Accomplishment This Semester

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laundryDARNALL — Late Monday afternoon, freshman Jeffrey Reddick (COL ’20) emerged from the basement of Darnall beaming with an ear-to-ear grin and an armful of bedding. “I thought I’d never do it, but the day is finally here. This must be what living on your own is really like,” said Reddick, who also has two term papers due on Friday. Said Reddick’s roommate John Muller (COL ’20) upon finding out the reason for Reddick’s excpetional mood, “What? You just did that for the first time today? We’ve been here for almost three months, I’ve seen you shotgun a beer while standing on top of your pillow.” At press time, Reddick was spotted ironing the only suit he brought to college.