more harvard obligations
When Lawrence Lessig explained why he couldn't be the lawyer for prosecutorially hounded hacker (and later suicide) Aaron Swartz, he mentioned that he had a conflict that forced him to choose between Swartz and "obligations to Harvard," where Lessig was employed. That's the phrase he used, "my obligations to Harvard."
Now comes Ricardo Hausman, adviser to Juan Guaido, explaining that he had to break with America's chosen Venezuela coup leader because of "obligations at Harvard," where Hausman teaches.
Apparently the black hole of this elite school allows neither darkness nor light to escape its gravitational pull.