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The memes were posted in a Facebook group message called “Harvard memes for horny bourgeois teens” and “General Fuckups”. Jessica Zhang, who is about to join Harvard’s Class of 2021, left the group after seeing what was being posted in it.Wyatt Hurt, another member of the Class of 2021, said: “I wasn’t surprised by the actions of the administration and I thought that they were the right actions to take.Other students I’ve talked to, from Harvard and otherwise, all generally agree that it was the right action as well.The founders of the group chat demanded that students post provocative memes in the larger group to gain admittance to the smaller group.The students in the spin-off group exchanged memes and images mocking sexual assault, the Holocaust and the deaths of children, sometimes directing jokes at specific ethnic or racial groups, according to screenshots of the chat obtained by the Crimson.

The memes were posted in a Facebook group message called “Harvard memes for horny bourgeois teens” and “General Fuckups”. Jessica Zhang, who is about to join Harvard’s Class of 2021, left the group after seeing what was being posted in it.

Wyatt Hurt, another member of the Class of 2021, said: “I wasn’t surprised by the actions of the administration and I thought that they were the right actions to take.

Other students I’ve talked to, from Harvard and otherwise, all generally agree that it was the right action as well.

The founders of the group chat demanded that students post provocative memes in the larger group to gain admittance to the smaller group.

The students in the spin-off group exchanged memes and images mocking sexual assault, the Holocaust and the deaths of children, sometimes directing jokes at specific ethnic or racial groups, according to screenshots of the chat obtained by the Crimson.

She told The Tab: “Some people replied with ‘lol’, a fire emoji or ‘omg’ and found them either funny or shocking…more and more people began leaving the chat when they saw those memes.” The Tab was sent images from the thread by incoming freshmen.