Harvard University students agreed by vote that plastic single-use water bottles should no longer be sold on campus, leaving the fate of plastic water bottles in jeopardy at the Ivy League institution.
While campus administrators cannot be forced to go along with the student vote’s outcome, organizers of the ballot measure saythey expect cooperation from Harvard officials, who will be lobbied by the student government to comply.
“We will be working with the administration to make sure student wishes are met,” Katrina Malakhoff, chairperson of the Harvard Environmental Action Committee, said in an email to The College Fix.
You know, at some point this sort of endemic progtardian whackjobbery is going to start tarnishing the value of the Harvard credential.
I don’t mention the Harvard education, because in this time of straight-A grades, it’s obvious that education no longer really exists there in any formal sense.