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First Place, Always and Forever

Posted by on October 19, 2011 at 10:07 pm

You know how you know you go to the number one university in the world? Your college even wins at the contest of issuing the best most-useless degree.

According to this Huffington Post article, Harvard tops the list of colleges at which to major in English. (Incidentally, we are apparently also the haven for those who “hate to do chemistry experiments.”) Institutions we beat out for this prestigious honor include Oxford, Yale, Columbia and Stanford.

So, humanities concentrators: when, in October after graduation, you find yourself sitting catatonically on the couch with eyes glazed over, watching an MTV Jersey Shore marathon at 1 in the afternoon, at least you can take comfort in knowing that, because you went to Harvard, you are definitely the best at it.

        

Winning, 1636-Present.

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