Archive for March, 2004

Georgetown Lacrosse 2004: The Sweetness Continues

Monday, March 1st, 2004
Georgetown Lacrosse 2004: The Sweetness Continues

The Georgetown University men’s lacrosse team recently started the 2004 season, which the Heckler can assure its readers will amount to a four-month sweetness bender. The team looks strong this year, with fresh young talent and ‘super-sweet’ veterans. With board shorts, around-the-back high-fives, and Old School quotes at an all-time high, everyone... »

Fun Alternatives to Not Drinking This Weekend

Monday, March 1st, 2004
Fun Alternatives to Not Drinking This Weekend

1. Vandalism is a great way to spend a weekend night. This Saturday afternoon, instead of buying beer for binge drinking, buy eggs, toilet paper, and spray paint. Late at night, destroy as much property as possible, and spray paint gang symbols so that it looks like the vandals were minorities. ... »

New Campus Regulations Force Potheads to Unsuccessfully Reconcile Habit

Monday, March 1st, 2004
New Campus Regulations Force Potheads to Unsuccessfully Reconcile Habit

The announcement that all campus facilities would be smoke-free next school year has sent shockwaves throughout the pothead community – shockwaves even stronger than that awesome chronic your cousin hooked you up with last month. Potheads everywhere feel that these new regulations threaten their inalienable right to smoke up on campus. A new group, Concerned... »

Worthless New South Space Renovated

Monday, March 1st, 2004

The doors of the newly renovated basement space in the New South dormitory were triumphantly thrown open to a group of confused and disappointed students recently. The former cafeteria space is now open to such useless endeavors as the Hoya Dance Team and the Georgetown University Step Team. Tom Davenport (CAS ‘05) was one... »

OP-ED: Bask In My Cultured Ways

Monday, March 1st, 2004

It’s my third month here in Spain and I have to say, I’m not the same wet-behind-the-ears, wide-eyed, bushy-tailed fresh-fish I was when I first arrived. I’m changed. And it’s all due to the mind expanding, once in a lifetime cultural experience that IS studying abroad. You’ve seen the American Express... »

Ten Helpful Tips for Your Interview with the Merrill Lynch Junior Analyst Program

Monday, March 1st, 2004

It’s that time of year when Georgetown seniors are going on job interviews and trying to secure gainful employment for life after college. As someone who has endured rigorous interviews at top financial institutions like Merrill Lynch, I would like to share these helpful tips with you job-seekers out there so you don’t make... »

Sit-In Continues for Lone White-Gravenor Man

Monday, March 1st, 2004
Sit-In Continues for Lone White-Gravenor Man

The longest student/alumni protest in recorded Georgetown history trudged on this week outside the White-Gravenor building. Although technically no longer a student – his status as such lapsed nearly sixty years ago – Tom Davenport (CAS ‘47) is resolute in his condemnation of the Student Activities Commission’s refusal to acknowledge the Georgetown Chess... »