Twuesday Tweetacular: Amusing (new!) alums, summer sleep cycles

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if i were a cylinder i'd have a lot of incremental marks on me cause i'm GRADUATEDDDD
Former Voice Publisher Michael Keller graduated, magna pun laude.

Ricardian approach to sleep: present value thereof increases during break; existing deficit must be balanced by even more sleep now.
Malin Hu put that econ training to practical use.

Spent 3 weeks slaving over letter to new freshmen. Finding myself half naked at a Safeway, I just changed the date on the one I always use.Here's the "May 2009" letter: http://bit.ly/61qCr Here's the one I wrote for the Heckler's new student guide 2 yrs ago: http://bit.ly/10tsp5
John J. DeGioia” revealed the process behind the crafting of his brilliant letter to new freshmen.

I feel like an adult. I bought groceries and spent at least 5 minutes comparing cheeses. I guess Leo's wasn't so bad after all
Kent Strader learned that absence does in fact make the heart grow fonder when it comes to Leo’s.

"as we all know, the walk of shame is a time to think." -captain feehan, georgetown's 2009 convocation speaker.
Kristen Janiszewski reported the most baller line delivered during Commencement weekend.

One Comment on “Twuesday Tweetacular: Amusing (new!) alums, summer sleep cycles

  1. I don’t know, I think this was a more notable tweet from the university prez:

    “Had to give an honorary degree to my son today so he would take a bath. Really embarrassing. Had to do it in front of the whole faculty.”

    or

    “Prof. John Glavin is on the plane, upbraiding a stewardess for making a hackneyed comment. (She’s a woman.)”

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