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Dean Khurana Fractures Foot after Walking Too Many Miles in Another’s Shoes

Rakesh recommends walking at least a mile daily in someone else's shoes. His podiatrist recommends otherwise, though.

CAMBRIDGE, MA – Earlier today, Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana was rushed to University Health Services and diagnosed with a stress fracture following a 40 mile walk in another’s shoes.

“This experience has been truly transformative for me,” stated Khurana in a statement following his release from UHS. “I feel so fortunate to be able to share in the diverse experiences of this campus – even the most painful ones! I cherish the opportunity to traverse the world in our community’s shoes and I warmly invite you all to embark on a new many-mile journey with me as soon as I can walk again!”

Students were dismayed to hear about the Dean’s diagnosis, citing their appreciation for the lengths Dean Khurana has gone for them. “I mean you can just tell Dean Khurana really understands the world from our perspective,” says Dominique Acapulcos ’17.  “That’s why all his school-wide regulations have been so popular!”

Hospital representatives confirm that this latest medical emergency is the fourth in a string of medical mishaps in the past 2 months. The Dean of Harvard College was previously admitted for temporary blindness following self-reflection, a strained pectoralis major muscle from striking down exclusive social spaces, and chronic migraines from attempting to open his mind to new perspectives.

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