At last, your misery at the hands of Omar has come to an end. Indeed (which is one of my favorite words), this is my last issue as the editor of the Humor / H-BS / That Guy sections, and I must say, if I may (which I may, because who’s going to stop me?… Continue reading Were We Funny?
My good man and HARBUS editor Allen Narcisse has told me that my weekly articles have gained a fairly respectable following this term. I don’t know what to say-I am flattered and frankly embarrassed that so many of you enjoy perusing my inane, tactless and controversial musings (thanks for the thesaurus, Mr. Guerrero). It has… Continue reading A Fond Farewell from That Guy
Harbus Humor is the Rodney Dangerfield of the editorial room.Around the end of October Harbus Humor got the feeling that the Harbus editorial team wasn’t taking him seriously. Actually, Harbus Humor always had that feeling. Sure Harbus Humor complained whenever editorial meetings ran over, but one has to realize that Harbus Humor seeing the battle… Continue reading No Respect!
This is your brain. This is your brain on a running average of three hours of sleep per night. Any questions? Life has become a blur. When people outside of HBS ask me how I like school, I reflexively tell them that I can’t remember, then narcoleptically collapse. I get by these days by raising… Continue reading Impressions of a First Year
1:25 PMI’m feeling pretty good about life. I’ve studied for the exam for days. I am Kaizen and I am bleeding TOM. I’ve hit the COOP and bought a pack of cheap but high-utility mechanical pencils. I’m happy with most of them, except for the hot pink and purple colored ones. Well, I guess I… Continue reading Impressions of a First Year
Harvard Junior High…. Think about it. They provide an endless supply of over-cooked, cardboard-crusted, sawdust-dry “pizza” to sedate us. We go batty when the professor turns off the lights and shows a video (each time a professor shows a video, it reflexively evokes these reactions as if we have never seen a video before). The… Continue reading Impressions of a First Year