According to the Harvard Crimson, 10 incoming students of the Ivy League university have been refused offers to the class of 2021 based on various post found on their social media platforms.
The decision was made by the admission board following an investigation into the messages they posted in a private Facebook group.
They posted memes about rape and dead children and the Holocaust. They joked that hanging a Mexican child should be called "pinata time." And now Harvard has decided it doesn't want them anymore.
The university did not explain the decision to rescind the offers, saying it does not comment publicly on the admission of individual applicants.
But a school policy states that Harvard reserves the right to withdraw its offers of acceptance if an "admitted student engages in behavior that brings into question his or her honesty, maturity, or moral character."