Unabomber Updates His Harvard Alumni Information

Ted Kaczynski lets his college classmates know what he's been up to.

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Last week, the Harvard graduating class of 1962 had their 50-year class reunion. It was an opportunity to catch up with old college friends and find out exactly what everyone has been up to since the last time they all reunited.

One Harvard alumnus from the class of 1962 hasn’t really done much since the last time the alumni gathered. That’s because he’s Ted Kaczynski, or as most people know him, the Unabomber. The man who was responsible for sending bombs via mail and killing three people while injuring 23 others over a 20-year time span studied math as a student at Harvard. He is currently in prison for life without parole at the federal Supermax prison in Colorado.

Harvard still included Kaczynski in the alumni class report for the reunion. The Harvard Alumni Association invited all class members to submit personal information, which was then distributed during commencement week. In the portion of his profile listing Kaczynski’s occupation, it says “prisoner.” Where alumni were supposed to list any awards they have received, Kaczynski included, “Eight life sentences, issued by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, 1998.”

With accomplishments like that, it’s no wonder Mark Zuckerberg dropped out.

Via the Associated Press