Okay, let's face it. Apple Maps has pretty much been an epic failure. The new app, which has replaced Google Maps on any Apple product where the newest software, iOS 6, has been installed, has made a number of (rather serious) mapping errors. As The Huffington Post reports, Apple Maps has placed the city of Hong Kong on the wrong island, reopened stores that are most definitely closed (Woolworth's, anyone?), mislabeled the Sears Tower in Chicago, erased Stratford Upon Avon completely, and more.

To add to all of that, according to Apple Maps, the Harvard Lampoon, a semi-secret Sorrento Square social organization that used to occasionally publish a so-called humor magazine, is now located at the Harvard Business School.

To members of the Lampoon: it looks like the prank's on you.