Talking Turkey

Posted by: Phil Mintz on October 10, 2008

Here’s something from Inside Higher Ed that hopefully will brighten the mood:

A turkey, uninvited, has made a home at the campus of Harvard Business School, and some students are demanding that the turkey pay a price for allegedly chasing them and for scratching cars. But The Boston Globe reported that university officials say that they are barred from moving the turkey. “The turkey is considered protected wildlife, and in Massachusetts, it’s against the law to relocate wildlife,” said one administrator. “So until then, all we can do really is let the turkey be and monitor reports about how aggressive it is.

What I want to know, of course, is what he (or is it a she) scored on the GMAT.

Reader Comments


October 10, 2008 10:00 AM

Does the law prohibit charging the turkey tuition? That would be one way to encourage it to leave.

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