Cambridge University demands renaming of Cambridge, Massachusetts

CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS – Andy Johnson was overjoyed to receive his acceptance letter to Cambridge University for a master’s degree in Social Communication. Classmates were impressed with the news and his family showered him with Cambridge University attire.

“I packed all my belongings in my PT Cruiser and set Google Maps for directions to Cambridge, I could see the university campus all over the satellite view. When I showed up, something was off. It’s like I’m living in the Twilight Zone.”

Andy Johnson had arrived in Cambridge, Massachusetts – 3,268 miles away from his intended destination: Cambridge, England.

Dr. Mohamed A. El-Erian, President of the University of Cambridge, said this is the 14th occurrence this year of admitted Cambridge students accidentally moving to Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Last Friday, the University of Cambridge’s Regent House voted unanimously on Resolution 4: demanding the renaming of Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Sumbul Siddiqui, Mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts, denounced any effort to rename the city. “This is New England. You’re going to have towns named after old England.”

When asked to comment, Harvard University President Dr. Lawrence S. Bacow demanded that the city of Cambridge, England instead rename itself Harvard, England. “Tit for tat,” said Dr. Bacow, “your move, Old Cambridge.”

Admitted Cambridge student Andy Johnson remains locked in his 12-month lease at a $3700/month 400 sq ft studio apartment in Cambridge, Massachusetts with his 3 other roommates.

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