For two hours on Halloween last year, Harvard Law School graduate Brian Schroeder built a bonfire in the Manhattan 9/11 chapel out of photos and mementos of people killed in the WTC attacks. His lawyer argued that his client was "profoundly intoxicated" during the arson, and may even have been drugged. And yesterday Schroeder himself told the judge, "I drank many alcoholic beverages... I have a very limited memory of the events. I cannot explain why I acted the way I did. But I take responsibility for my actions. I am sorry." Yet despite his heartfelt apology, Justice Rena K. Uviller (Columbia School of Law) sent a strong message to all Ivy League grads who would make a mockery of 9/11, and sentenced Schroeder to 100 hard hours of community service.