For me, The Moment came in Leo’s. A few weeks after starting at Georgetown, a handful of hallmates and I were at lunch, still getting to know each other. The conversation turned to high schools. The stories of my suburban public school were uninteresting at best, but one guy, the product of an elite northern prep school, said something that stuck with me.
There’s nothing funny about being locked in a room full of documents for six weeks, trying to find a single e-mail…especially not when it’s your future. But the dark shadow of the future proves no match for Jeremy Blachman, whose twisted peek into the futures of all of us law school-aspiring undergrads never loses the bitingly humorous edge that drives it.
How to Revitalize Student Government
The GUSA office is undergoing some physical remodeling, Twister Murchison (SFS ‘08) explained. For the recently sworn-in president of the students’ representative body, there could not be a more apt metaphor for what the organization needs: remodeling. Two controversial elections in three years serve as proof enough of that.