Posts Tagged ‘Georgetown Cuddler’

The Morning After: Peevish Humorless Feminist Edition

* Scientific American's Jesse Bering debunks feminism:

Washington Post Goes “Cuddler”

The Washington Post has apparently ended its internal ban on using a colloquial term for Georgetown's most notorious sexual assailant: The "Cuddler." Over the past two years, Georgetown University students and the campus press have invoked the "Cuddler" nickname to refer to a string of odd sexual assaults that have occurred in and around the [...]

G.W. Catches Dorm Sexual Assailant Suspect

Early this morning, George Washington University police apprehended a suspect who had been seen attempting to "touch several females while they were sleeping." According to a campus alert, a male student helped the suspect access campus dorm Thurston Hall at 19th and F Streets NW around 4:30 this morning. A security camera then recorded the [...]

A “Georgetown Cuddler” Timeline

According to D.C. police, a sexual assailant known as the "Cuddler" has been terrorizing dorms and townhouses around Georgetown University since January 13, 2008. But when did that other scourge of the Georgetown campus—the suspect's creepily innocuous nickname—first hit the Hoyas? No one knows for sure. Below, track the moniker's rise in the campus lexicon. [...]

Why The “Georgetown Cuddler” Will Never Be The “Crapist”

He Who Shall Not Be Named: TheVoice Doesn't Like to Have to Use "Cuddler"
On Sept. 4, Georgetown University told its students to stop calling him “The Cuddler.”
Because cuddle is far too soft a description for what the suspect does. In a typical attack, a man enters a student’s residence through an unlocked window or door, [...]

Georgetown “Cuddler” Does More Than Cuddle

Molly Redden over at Georgetown student blog Vox Populi wrote a great primer yesterday on the history of the scourge to the Georgetown campus known only as the "Georgetown Cuddler." The Cuddler is a sexual assailant who's been linked to as many as seven assaults around campus (and possibly more near the University of Maryland). [...]