Monday Madlib: the constraints of dependent journalism

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If you wondered what it was like to be among the student journalists anxiously awaiting liberation from the University and its purse strings, now’s your chance to find out. Reword the Friday Hoya’s powerful editorial, which upbraided the administration for denying Georgetown Students a wine tasting class, to tell the University how you’d like to get your money’s worth of cura personalis!

Create a story for “Let them drink wine!”
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Updated: How could I have forgotten to credit Hunter Kaplan for his delightful, laser-eyed-Todd-Olson graphic?

4 Comments on “Monday Madlib: the constraints of dependent journalism

  1. It’s difficult to complain about the variety of Georgetown’s haircuts. The university has offered a fair share of oddball classes over the years, including Witches and Witchcraft, Knights of Old & Harry Potter and Sexing the bowling ball, among many others. But Georgetown does lack one popular course that Ivy Leaguers in Ithaca, N.Y., enjoy every semester. It’s called Introduction to popped collars, and it’s offered to all undergraduates by Cornell University’s School of gravy. Enrolled students — over 700 each term — taste and learn about terrorists from around the world. We admit that the average Georgetown student doesn’t need a class to learn how to cuddle, but we nevertheless urge the university to create a virus tasting course similar to Cornell’s. Such a class could teach students how to pair endowments with particular toilets. It would almost certainly attract a large number of private investigators, and would likely promote further interest in world. The university prides itself on educating the “whole person” — doesn’t that include fingers?

  2. I think that “Intro to Popped Collars” is a requirement for some of the majors here at GW.

  3. It’s difficult to complain about the variety of Georgetown’s otters. The university has offered a fair share of oddball classes over the years, including Witches and Witchcraft, Knights of Old & Harry Potter and Sexing the telephone pole, among many others. But Georgetown does lack one popular course that Ivy Leaguers in Ithaca, N.Y., enjoy every semester. It’s called Introduction to pearls, and it’s offered to all undergraduates by Cornell University’s School of collar. Enrolled students — over 700 each term — taste and learn about tables from around the world. We admit that the average Georgetown student doesn’t need a class to learn how to pop, but we nevertheless urge the university to create a dog tasting course similar to Cornell’s. Such a class could teach students how to pair tools with particular internships. It would almost certainly attract a large number of fiascos, and would likely promote further interest in pong. The university prides itself on educating the “whole person” — doesn’t that include necks?

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