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  • n. Plural form of Harvardian.


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  • Harvard is an illusion in the minds, mainly, of Harvardians.

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  • I am picturing Harvardians cursing me, but I can't hear them out here.

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  • This was reported by local papers and Harvard publications, which also told of Wallace winning over the Harvardians by clever witticisms and wildly cheered jibes at Yale for violating free speech by withdrawing an invitation for him to appear there.

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  • Sure, it's not floating trains that travel at hundreds of miles per hour and potentially doom large segments of the Japanese population, but it's still damn useful, according to the happy Harvardians.

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  • It is hard to study him, however, because-unlike Harvardians-Yaliens do not gather in power hives like

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  • Meanwhile, Harvardians tired of spoiling their own nest (vomit is so hard to get out of those 500-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets) can always

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  • In this way, the Zuckerberg character is as elitist as the old Harvardians, just on different grounds.

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  • Harvard has a long and distinguished military tradition dating back to the American War for Independence, in which seven Harvardians died under arms.

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  • But for Harvardians without the willpower to do a problem set on a Sunday,

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  • Theo: “Hell, I’ve seen Harvardians’ complaints about the cereal in their dining halls make the front page of the Boston Globe.”

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