Harvard’s Hall of Shame

The editors of 02138, the glossy magazine “of and for Harvard graduates” published by media mogul David Bradley, have unveiled the inaugural Harvard Hubris Hall of Fame in its spring issue. 

The list, described as a collection of “the most egregious cases of Harvard Hubris in recent memory,” showcases the university’s most infamous graduates. It includes -of course- former Mexican president Carlos Salinas de Gortari, who is charged by the magazine’s editors with corruption, mild tyranny and bungling a major developing economy

Also included on the list of infamy: Paul Bremer, former head of Iraq’s Coalition of Provisional Authority; Enron’s Jeff Skilling; Cardinal Bernard Francis Law and Indian plagiarist Kaavya Viswanathan.

Want more Latinos? worry no more: Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is already on the shortlist for next year. Yupi!

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3 thoughts on “Harvard’s Hall of Shame

  1. Have you seen #LosNumerosdeTalvi that refers to the shameful mistake made by a candidate for President in Uruguay, an economist graduated from Harvard? Take do a look.

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