Sunday, September 11, 2005


TIA Daily reader Polina Hanin writes:

"A sophomore at Harvard has recently opened his own business named Dormaid. This student realized that students live in messy conditions and that there is an untapped market for a cleaning service. Now Harvard's student newspaper is trying to portray that this cleaning service is another way that poor and rich kids will be stratified, and has asked the community to
boycott this ingenious idea. The New York Times has already covered this story, and the student and his brother (who is a freshman at Princeton) have appeared on a number of radio shows and newspaper interviews. This is a link to the positive and negative publicity that this organization has received."

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