Posted by Lauren Feldman on June 28, 2011 at 3:57 pm
Well, they sure did in this gem I found from 2001.
Photo credit: blog.craftzine.com
Photo is to indicate that I know you’re reading this as you sit at your cushy, resumé-padding 9-5 internship, proving them right in 2011. I know I am.
Posted by Lauren Feldman on May 14, 2011 at 7:16 pm
Apparently The Social Network’s depiction of finals clubs continues to appeal, ‘cause they’re where all the B-list celebz be chillin’ lately.
How, uh, hot.
Community actor Donald Glover was also recently spotted at the Mount Auburn Street locale.
Does this mean finals clubs get to continue to think they’re important?
Posted by Lauren Feldman on March 15, 2011 at 8:03 am
What this kid’s really thinking:
“So it may seem oh-so-douchetool-y and pretentious now that I’m wearing a Harvard t-shirt, but really, in thirteen or so years, after my overbearing helicopter parents have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in tuition for the private schools that I was put on the waitlist for the moment my mom first missed her period, and after having been individually tutored for the SATs since the seventh grade to achieve my awe-inspiring 2300+ score, and after my personal statement admissions essay has been “revised” extensively by my college admissions counselors (y’know, the one they have at school and the one we hired on our own), we all know that I’ll actually be going to Harvard and my mom will be telling all of her country club friends what a G6-level genius-prodigy her baby really is.”
Posted by Mariel Sena on January 30, 2011 at 10:16 pm
Unless you have been living under a rock, are Amish, or were raised by wolves, you must be aware of the phenomenon that is Twitter and how it is taking the world by storm. Everyone from professional athletes to to acne-covered tweens is tweeting, but there is one particular account that caught our eye at the Voice.
The account name is “Harvard Hoochies” and the bio reads that the account holder(s) are “BU biddies, hooching and husband hunting at Harvard Final Clubs. We ward off RUHGs (random ugly Harvard girls)…frequently.”
One gem of a post reads, “when you slip a final club man your number, make sure it’s not on a piece of historical paper with their founders’ story#oopsydaisies” while another boasts, “Owl, ad, fly… All conquered last night”.
BU Biddies talking after a successful night of Final Club raging...
To follow the BU biddies on their search for love, money, and men, simply visit https://twitter.com/harvardhoochies and let the amusement begin!
Posted by Lauren Feldman on January 9, 2011 at 12:16 am
Thanks to major corporate shoe conglomerates, intellectual masturbation at the nation’s top schools just got even easier.
Later this January, the shoe brand New Balance launches a new “Ivy League” collection of its H710 styles, with sneaker options for each of Hahvahd, Princeton, Columbia, Dartmouth, the University of Pennsylvania, and Brown. Notice anything missing from that list? Oh yeah, Yale and Cornell – obvs not elite enough to roll with us real Ivy Leaguers.
So, in case any of us forgets for even a second how Uniquely Smart And Special we are to attend The Undisputed Best University Among the Undisputed Larger Collection of Best Universities in the World, we need only look at our footwear.
GUYS CHECK OUT MY SHOES I GO TO HARVARD
Posted by The Voice Staff on April 27, 2010 at 9:34 pm
Yeah, something like that.
According to several undisclosed sources–
The Bee Club (for freshmen: it’s a female final club) is in trouble. The club emailed male members of final clubs today asking for donations. The reason? The Chabad offered The Fly Club for Gentlemen $6 million for the house on 45 Dunster Street, which they currently rent out to The Bee.
According to the sources, the sale is still up in the air. Some say the sale is highly unlikely, as Fly alumni have daughters in The Bee Club.
But to sum up the irony for you: some of the richest girls on campus are begging rich boyz for money. DISCUSS.
Addendum: Note witty title and appreciate.
EDIT: These are not confirmed facts. If you have any more information regarding the topic, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Check back for more updates.
Posted by The Voice Staff on April 8, 2010 at 11:57 pm
Though this may be old news (and though selectivity doesn’t necessarily imply superiority) we just thought we’d share from The Washington Post:
Harvard invited 2,110 of the 30,489 applicants to attend, an admit rate of 6.9 percent, the lowest in Harvard’s history… Admit rates dropped at most of the other Ivy League schools, as well, and at other schools at the top of the selectivity list. Stanford admitted 7.2 percent of applicants; Yale, 7.5 percent; Princeton, 8.2 percent; MIT, 9.2 percent. All but Yale improved over last year’s rate.
Hmm, well a whole lotta good that “That’s Why I Chose Yale” video did. Maybe next time you can put some of that production money towards, we dunno… maybe sucking less? Pewp-heads! Neener neener neener!