It sure is great to be back. I didn’t even leave Boston this summer, yet I felt as if I spent the last three months in an entirely different place than the one in which I lived for the past year. First of all, the return to the working world, albeit brief, was a poignant… Continue reading Welcome Back
EC Students Start Cramming for Friendships(HBS) EC students on campus started cramming for friendships last week, just like they crammed for finals in college. According to the EC student Hal Kernan, “Once I realized there were only four weeks left of school, I started emailing all the people I’ve tangentially known over the past two… Continue reading News In Brief:
H-BS is a parody news section of Harbus Humor. Maria Wich-Vila (NE) wrote the Schizophrenic Job Search piece and the Myth headline, and Marc Teillon (OF) wrote the rest. For all who’ve inquired, Marc Teillon wears boxers, not briefs.
(Gallatin Hall Basement) Hordes of angry students ran rampant Tuesday, breaking windows across the HBS campus, tipping cars on North Harvard Street, and taking loudly in the Spangler Den. The rioting started after students discovered that Marc Teillon had taken a week off from putting together the H-BS Section to “catch up on scratching [his]… Continue reading H-BS Takes Week Off. Rioting Ensues
Do you think you are funny? Do you enjoy writing? If so, have I got a deal for you. The Harbus humor section (read: “Me.”) is looking for contributors for both its regular section as well as the HarHarBus, our one-page “Onion”-esque satirical news page. Also, we are looking for an RC assistant editor to… Continue reading Harbus Humor
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!
A boat docked in a tiny Mexican village. An American tourist complimented the Mexican fisherman on the quality of his fish and asked how long it took him to catch them. “Not very long,” answered the Mexican. “But then, why didn’t you stay out longer and catch more?” asked the American. The Mexican explained that… Continue reading The Morning Laughter
A pastor, a doctor and an HBS student were waiting one morning for a particularly slow group of golfers. The HBS student fumed, “What’s with these guys? We’ve been waiting to tee off for over 15 minutes!” The doctor chimed in, “I don’t know, but I’ve never seen such ineptitude!” The pastor said, “Hey, here… Continue reading The Morning Laughter
Humor isn’t easy. I have just reached this conclusion as I blankly stare at the unforgiving blinking of my HP computer cursor. How can I best introduce the new Harbus Humor section? That damn cursor mocks me. Dude, I should have asked for a Dell. It wouldn’t have changed the cursor taunting much, but at… Continue reading Welcome from the Humor Editor