Former Heckler editor Jack Stuef provokes controversy—again

The former editor-in-chief of the Georgetown Heckler, Jack Stuef (COL ’10), has quite a history of offending people. His time as the editor of the satirical magazine was marked by controversy over a piece that mocked The Hoya for its… Read More

Don’t ask Google, ask Jack Stuef (COL ’10) in his new advice column

Ever sat down at your friend’s computer, began to type “why” in the search engine, and found Google completing a question you didn’t exactly expect but are happy to know the answer to: “does some poop float and… Read More

Minor election hiccups in last week’s GUSA Senate special election

Unbeknownst to most students, last Tuesday, a special election took place to fill a vacancy in the Georgetown University Student Association Senate. With 76 votes, Andrew Foley (MSB ’10) beat out David Lee (NHS ’10), who had 63… Read More

A recap of Tuesday’s Heckler forum, with written reactions from Todd Olson and students

Stuef speaks at last night’s forum Heckler Editor-in-Chief Jack Stuef (COL ’10) answered questions and tried to explain his point of view on a recent controversial Heckler issue at a forum Tuesday night, while students debated the articles… Read More

The Heckler‘s Stuef responds to backlash as critics prepare for forum

From the Heckler‘s blog Tonight, recent issues of the student satire magazine Georgetown Heckler will be the subject of a student forum planned by students who have found some of its content offensive. Jack Stuef (COL ’10), the Heckler‘s editor, told the Voice last… Read More

We’ll never let go, @JackDeGioia, we promise…

The end has come for @JackDeGioia, our humdrum president’s hilarious Twitter doppleganger.  Things began to look grim when the Chronicle of Higher Education reported that the University of Texas at Austin’s president’s pseudo-Twitter was shut down last Thursday…. Read More