It was a curious case of Deja Vu last night at 7th and Montana as an all-too-familiar scene unfolded before my very eyes. There I was, minding my own business, trying to finish the Sunday crossword with Genevieve, when I heard the unmistakable sounds of an Alumni Interview taking place at the next table over. "I love extracurricular activities," said the young man pictured above, "I live for them!" It wasn't just any Alumni Interview ... I could tell it was for my own Alma Matter. "I'd really thrive in Philadelphia," the kid went on, "I really want to expand my horizons." So far, he was doing a good job and the interviewer was asking all the right questions. "How do you feel about the curriculum?," he asked. "Oh well," the kid responded, "I probably wouldn't mind being forced to take non-business classes like French ... it might be interesting." "Mayday, Mayday!," I thought, "The kid's going down!" Sure enough, the interviewer raised an eyebrow. "Forced?!?," he asked. "Well, um, err," the kid stammered, "What I meant to say is that I'd love to expand my horizons with a class like French ... Did I tell you I was a Prefect in my Junior year?" Take it from me, kid, nobody's Prefect. And I should know ... I conducted Alumni Interviews for 15 years and in all that time the University didn't accept a single candidate I recommended ...!