The Harvard Crimson, Harvard’s daily newspaper, ran an editorial on Thursday accusing Occupy Harvard protesters of unnecessarily vilifying the Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs, the Huffington Post reports. The editorial came in response to Occupy Harvard’s disrupting of a Goldman recruiting event on Monday. That day, roughly 50 Occupy participants protested an event at the university’s Office of Career Services. They chanted, ““Goldman Sachs, you can’t hide. We can see your greedy side.” The Crimson claims that demonizing the oft-targeted investment firm “presents a facile and trivializing interpretation of the root causes of the economic catastrophe and debases our national conversation on the issue.”

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