Here’s Why Harvard University Is Trending

Here’s Why Harvard University Is Trending

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Harvard admin must be confused what’s happening right now in their official Facebook page.

After posting several pictures of different scenarios and different spots of Harvard, Pinoy netizens have had the time of their lives commenting as if they went to the prestigious university.

Photo Credit: Facebook/Bernardo Aninao III

Photo Credit: Facebook/Harvard University

Some Facebook users can’t ride on the trend, though.

Photo Credit: Facebook/Harvard University

Pinoy netizens ignored this by continuing to spread good vibes by sharing fake anecdotes on the posts.

No one knows how this trend came about, actually. As of writing, the official Facebook page of Harvard University has not issued a statement regarding this.

Photo Credit: Facebook/Harvard University

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