It seems that funny students took over the Harvard Crimson, at least until the September 11th when the dead serious editors return to their offices, hopefully without any aircrafts.
John Harvard, or more precisely the unknown young man from the statue of three lies, enjoys the mild summer, too.
Meanwhile, Robert Rubin decided which board is more valuable for him. He left Ford and kept Harvard. Also, Jack the Ripper is coming to Harvard. Piotr Brzezinski believes that the British conservatives who want to get rid of Cameron are kamikaze fighters. An obscure college from New Jersey has recently topped Harvard in the rankings while Harvard remains the toughest school to get into. There are other interesting things in the Crimson, too.