CAMBRIDGE, MA — Harvard University announced Friday that they have recruited U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren to teach a class on why college is so expensive. Warren, who still has senatorial duties, will be teaching the course on a part-time basis for a modest fee of $400,000 per semester.
"Elizabeth Warren is one of the great dynamos of social justice," said Dean Charleston Crunch. "She complains a lot about rich people so we're pretty sure she can explain why we keep charging so much for tuition."
"Also, she's a Native American!" he added.
According to sources, Harvard University's Board of Overseers is hopeful that Warren's new course will help ease the pain of students since they just raised their tuition costs by over 10% to afford Warren's teaching fee.
Warren, who previously taught for Harvard Law School in 1992, says she feels at home in the classroom and always imagined she'd return to a career in education after people realize she's a fraud.
"It's good to be back at Harvard where I can teach the leaders of the future about how the rich keep getting richer and the poor keep getting poorer!" she shouted defiantly at reporters who were not arguing with her. "But if you want to know why college is so expensive you'll have to take my class!"
Warren's class, Why Is Money 101, has been added to the economist degree track and is available for registration in the upcoming Spring 2023 Semester.
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