Harvard University announced Monday that, given the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic, it is leaving the door open for a fall semester without students on campus.
“We cannot be certain that it will be safe to resume all usual activities” by autumn, university provost Alan Garber wrote in a note to the school Monday. “Consequently, we will need to prepare for a scenario in which much or all learning will be conducted remotely.”
The usual activities including giving the world SJWs, Napalm, the Bat Bomb, and Larry Summers. Perhaps it would be better to just close it down permanently.
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