Maybe they could call it Harvard Bonehead School
Philip deconstructs the alleged uber-hacking that let a bunch of anxious Harvard B-School applicants peek at the status of their applications:
... All the smart young Americans have gone to law, business, and medical school. Companies don't like to hire old people (> 30 years) to write computer programs because it saddens them to see old folks doing something so degrading. Thus ApplyYourself hired whoever was rejected by professional schools to write up some Visual Basic scripts to process HBS and other B-school applications. ... In the 1960s the term "hacking" meant smart people developing useful and innovative computer software. In the 1990s the term meant smart evil people developing and running programs to break into computer systems and gain shell access to those systems. Thanks to Harvard Business school the term now means "people of average IQ poking around curiously by editing URLs on public servers and seeing what comes back in the form of directory listings, etc."
... ApplyYourself's system doesn't appear to meet even minimal standards for securing the sensitive information with which it is being entrusted. ...