Back in 2003, before it was known Jeffrey Epstein had a penchant for exploiting underage girls, The Harvard Crimson ran an article telling its readers what a good guy Jeff was.
In addition to linking Epstein to a number of notables, including then Harvard president and future US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, the article notes Epstein was at the time a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission.
Described as “one of the most pleasant philanthropists” by professor Martin A. Nowak of Harvard’s mathematical biology and evolutionary dynamics program, Epstein was said to have a “bevy of eminent friends that includes princes, presidents and Nobel Prize winners.”
He certainly fits the new mold at Harvard. But, hey! He was one of the most pleasant…