6.6.13

NO PLANS TO CHANGE THE WORD-MARK OR THE TAG-LINE?

And yet Harvard sets the pace for higher education, adding people to its public affairs office.
Obviously Harvard has good reason to “advance its interests.” As the article explains, however, most colleges of similar size employ only 20 or 30 people. In the last five years HPAC has more than doubled.

The institution’s communications department now appears to be about the same size as its physics department.
Harvard Crimson offers the full story.

Juliana DeVries at The Torch suggests that the offices full of spinners might have the kind of thinking time the faculty is supposed to have, although in the case of administrators in public affairs and student affairs, that thinking often turns to some new contrivance to suppress free thought.


Unattributed photograph from The Fire.

Well, maybe somebody in communications has to re-examine the branding.  That building, decked out as it is, makes a great background for the Leibstandarte Musikkorps.


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