Update: University Registrar John Q. Pierce sent an e-mail to campus press organizations apologizing for the error.
“We recognize that the tradition of excellence we celebrate today far exceeds this oversight,” he wrote. Those who want to obtain a corrected copy may do so by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Georgetown’s 2011 Commencement book contains the name and high school of every graduating senior, the name, college, and discipline of every graduating graduate student, and loads of other quasi-useful information, including a brief history of our fine University.
You know what else it contains? A pretty egregious spelling error, emblazoned across the bottom of the front cover. Here’s a closer look: