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Harvard Community Gathers To Collectively Lie To Prefrosh About Student Life

The Harvard community gathered here at the SOCH to lie through their teeth about inclusivity on campus.

STUDENT ORGANIZATION CENTER AT HILLES -- Harvard's student body came together in a rare moment of unity in the SOCH today to lie to prefrosh about student life during Visitas accepted students weekend.

“Wow, we have so many things to do on the weekend!” discreetly shouted Elliot L. Morris ’17, member of a campus publication, as high school students emerged from the Harvard Square T stop and stepped out of taxis in Harvard Square. “I feel so welcome here, and I like every person so much!” He added that he and his friends had finally learned to smile.

Other students have been practicing heartily greeting each other in the Yard with phrases like, “Hi, friend!” and “Wow, look at all of these prefrosh. Aren’t they swell?”

On the whole, visiting students have reportedly responded positively to the initiative. “I am having an enjoyable time,” said prefrosh Jimmy Barston of Canton, Ohio. “It seems like there are a lot of common spaces on this campus. That’s good.”

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