Georgetown U. humor mag defends article that some called racist

Washington Post
The Georgetown Heckler piece portrays the staff of the Hoya, the student newspaper, donning white hoods and burning a cross. The article is meant to mock the Hoya for its April Fool's edition last spring. The Heckler staffer of about six was "all of one mind" that the article shouldn't be taken down, says the editor. || Related post.

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