Hoya alumni know that
Harlem Harbin hall has a reputation for trouble. (It's kinda like the Slytherin of Georgetown's four freshman dorms). But this is just a whole new level...
By Daniel de Vise
Washington Post Staff Writer
Saturday, October 23, 2010; 3:01 PM
When students at Harbin Hall were rousted from their beds by Georgetown University officials at 6 a.m. Saturday, some thought it might be a cruelly timed fire drill.
It was something odder still: Campus police had discovered a clandestine drug lab inside a dorm room on the top floor of the freshman residence hall.
Police arrested two male students and a campus visitor Saturday morning for possession of drug paraphernalia, hours after evacuating 400 students from the nine-floor hall.
Officers initially believed they had found a methamphetamine lab. After further investigation Saturday afternoon, they concluded the chemicals were for production of dimethyltryptamine or DMT, a hallucinogenic.