Twuesday Tweetacular: #shamblesU gets trendy

Carolyn Chambers dropped some truth on the football team via this weekend’s top trending topic. Jack Harrison has ideas for a much-needed hashtag…

Twuesday Tweetacular: Unhappy about hate

Shruti Dusaj was pissed about the recent hate crimes. Erica Slates won’t be donating to Georgetown until the University addresses the problem of homophobia.

Twuesday Tweetacular: Building blues

Kristen Janiszewski‘s favorite campus destination is no more. Alexa Rozell found Lau as oppressive as ever.

Twuesday Tweetacular: Midnight Madness mania!

Nick Rakowski thought our totally unremarkable Midnight Madness was par for the course. Jessie Sapp was highly amused with his former teammates’ Thriller routine.

Twuesday Tweetacular: Proud of our politics

Julia Grace was deeply committed to last week’s high-profile on-campus speaker, Tony Blair. Political journalist and blogger Ana Marie Cox found the one place in D.C. she could un-ironically sport her McCain gear.

Twuesday Tweetacular: What’s the better pick-me-up, caffeine or Todd Olson?

Erika Amundson was glad the Corp understood her caffeine cravings. King Georgetown demanded that a certain Vice President of Student Affairs amuse him.

Twuesday Tweetacular: Georgetown’s good old fashioned hospitality

Dan Galloway took issue with Facilities’ vomit-removal protocol. Lane Wheeler witnessed a serious case of GUTS road rage.

Twuesday Tweetacular: Classroom calamities

Leslie Gordon was worried about the superiority complexes of future SFSers after the news that the Map of the Modern World curriculum is getting revamped. MC Ingram had an awkward moment due to her academic dedication.

Twuesday Tweetacular: Food and the flu

Nick Troiano‘s professor was flummoxed by the flu.

Twuesday Tweetacular: Annual rituals, new annoyances

Ben Goldhaber witnessed an annual start-of-school ritual. Julie Alcarez witnessed a disconcerting feature in the new MSB building.