The Week in Pictures: Context Edition

Harvard Prezident Claudine Gay has moved on from “context” to “my truth.” I guess “truth” is proprietary now at Harvard. Gay clearly doesn’t know the First Law of Holes: “If you’re in one—stop digging.” Has there ever been a more pathetic display of academic arrogance and cluelessness? It ought to be embarrassing for three Ivy League president to be humiliated by a bunch of Congresscritters, around whom Ivy Leaguers are supposed to run circles. Well, at least the Ivy League has figured out a sure fire way to lower the number of Jews it admits (applications from Jewish high school students are reportedly plummeting), taking it back to the good old days of the 1920s and 1930s.

If he had done this, he’d be running away with the race. . .

Headlines of the week:

More American cultural imperialism.

Paging Fox Butterfield. . .

See—not even the fashion industry believes in global warming:

The perfect stocking stuffer for John Yoo.

Only huge con law nerds will get this.

Sean Connery’s keyboard.

And finally. . .

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