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In fact, the Communist nation may well have been witnessing an expression of the new normal: just two months ago, 5,000 people converged in the same place in the wake of the US Supreme Court decision to legalise same-sex marriage.
A plethora of rainbow flags threw the monotony of the city's ubiquitous hammer-and-sickle banners into sharp relief.
Luca said she had mixed feelings about the administration’s move to revoke admissions offers.
She said she was “going back and forth” on the matter.“On the one hand, I think people can post whatever they want because they have the right to do that,” Luca said.
“I don’t think the school should have gone in and rescinded some offers because it wasn’t Harvard-affiliated, it was people doing stupid stuff.”She added, though, that if memes sent over the chat posed any kind of threat to members’ lives or well-being, then she believed administrators’ actions were justified.
Other members of the Class of 2021 said they strongly supported the Admissions Office’s decision.
A handful of admitted students formed the messaging group—titled, at one point, “Harvard memes for horny bourgeois teens”—on Facebook in late December, according to two incoming freshmen.