Be prepared for April 1st


I wish I had something wildly amusing to go with this… but maybe someone else will find it useful at Thursday’s Berkman-bloggers meeting…

The thought of inverting this shield has crossed my mind at every Harvard conference or Memorial Hall concert I’ve attended, so I assume something like it exists in doodles on hundreds of satiric or dyslexic students’ notebooks.

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  1. Dean Landsman

    April 1, 2004 @ 12:14 pm


    Satire V — isn’t that a course given in the “Life Plan Series – How to Become A Failed Television Scriptwriter” syllabus?

  2. bob stepno

    March 30, 2013 @ 8:32 pm


    Here we are 9 years later and thanks to Twitter I’ve finally discovered that (as mentioned above) I certainly wasn’t the first to notice the mirror-anagram for Harvard’s slogan: and — which says says it is “Harvard’s oldest student-run satirical newspaper”