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If the Extension School had a reputation of having the most rigorous courses, I cannot help but think that HES students would not be nearly as motivated to change the name, i.e., the Extension School should be a badge of honor and be as challenging if not more so, than the rest of Harvard, but it doesn't seem like that is the case.
Considering the law school is whining about tuition and changing the names of buildings, crests, etc., other students groups are occupying this and that to divest from oil, etc., it doesn't seem that HES students should be jumping on the bandwagon to demand changes to the Extension school name, which will have no effect on anything.
Leave the name alone and work on making the Extension school the best of the Harvard schools
If Harvard is running a degree-granting school that is EVEN less rigorous than community college and stamping their name on it, they are practically committing fraud. I wonder if they have considered that? Gee someone should report this to the administration before something embarrassing happens! To be fair, perhaps they don't even realize this school exists.