Perhaps if Mr. Yoo had decided to pursue a life of terrorism, he too could be represented by his alma mater.
At the risk of jettisoning my moderate credentials once and for all, some might question how promulgating policies of torture is distinct at all from "a life of terrorism."
Just because you're on our side, doesn't make it right.
NOTE: I make no claims as to the proper resolution of this case, or Yoo's relative culpability in creating America's torture regime. I'm merely observing that if he is culpable, I don't see any reason why it shouldn't be considered a form of "terrorism."