Encampment Protestors Claim Victory as Harvard Divests Itself of All Blockbuster, Montgomery Ward, and Sears, Roebuck Stock

“What can I say?  The students won.”  With those words, Harvard’s Acting President, Alan Garber, signed an agreement yesterday in which the university pledged to liquidate its investments in Blockbuster, Montgomery Ward, and Sears, Roebuck.  “We will take the $235 from these transactions and invest it elsewhere.”

Harvard senior Raylin Capon was ecstatic.  “For two weeks I’ve slept in a leaky tent, eating grubs that lived in my socks.  But it’s been totally worth it.  Now I know how my granddad felt in the hedgerows of Normandy during World War II.” 

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