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 some poop sink?” Well, of course you have, and former Editor-in-Chief of the satirical newspaper The Georgetown […]

Faculty Senate passes a resolution condemning The Heckler

The Georgetown Heckler isn’t out of the woods yet. Following a letter from Vice President for Student Affairs Todd Olson, and two campus-wide e-mails—one from University President John DeGioia and one from Provost James O’Donnell—the Georgetown University Faculty Senate has issued some excoriating words of its own about the December incident involving Heckler articles that […]

On the record with John DeGioia: A full transcript of his student press meeting

On Friday afternoon, Georgetown University President John DeGioia sat down with student reporters from the Voice and The Hoya to answer a range of questions about Georgetown, including the Ten Year Plan, the goals of the school’s $1.5 billion Capital Campaign, the progress of the Diversity Working Groups, and football. Below is a full transcript […]

DeGioia responds to Heckler incident, approves some diversity working group suggestions

Heckler Editor Jack Stuef (COL ’10) speaking at a forum in December In an e-mail to the Georgetown community that reflected on Martin Luther King Day, University President John DeGioia made his first remarks in response to the December Georgetown Heckler issue, which many students thought inappropriately satirized race. He also said that he and […]

Heckler alum Zach Rabiroff (COL ‘09) responds to magazine’s racism charges

Engrossed in the ongoing debate over alleged racism in the most recent issue of The Georgetown Heckler? Check out former Heckler contributor and recent alum Zach Rabiroff’s (COL ’09) op-ed, “In defense of satire,” now up on the Voice‘s main website.

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 and expressed why they were offended by the satirical articles. Copies of the Heckler’s article about Hoya […]

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 night that he planned to attend, too. “I haven’t really planned this out yet, but obviously I’ll try […]

SCU’s Brian Kesten plans student forum on Heckler, campus satire

From the December Heckler “Why is the only context for discussing race found in humor or satire at Georgetown? Why does so much satire at Georgetown target victims of hate crimes, discrimination, sexual assault or injustice?” Those questions will be the subject of a forum to be held tomorrow night in the ICC at 8:30 […]

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. According to a tweet from the man behind @JackDeGioia, Georgetown Heckler Editor Jack Stuef, Twitter sent him […]

@JackDeGioia makes it into the Chronicle of Higher Ed, admins threatening to take him down

In love with the “John DeGioia” Twitter account? You’re not alone—the Chronicle of Higher Education is, too! They just published a story on university presidents with twitter impressionists, based almost entirely on JackDeGioia, the brainchild of Georgetown Heckler Editor (and recent Vox guest poster!) Jack Stuef. The Twitter account identified as belonging to Georgetown University’s […]

Twuesday Tweetacular: Finishing strong

We at Vox wade through the web 2.0 morass and pick out the top 5 Georgetown tweets of the week. Wanna be considered? Start following GtownVoxPop on Twitter and, if you’re connected to Georgetown, we’ll return the favor and you’ll automatically be in the running for your own 15-seconds of internet micro-micro-fame! nsevs finished senior […]