Jim Henson and Kermit the Frog gave a lecture in Harvard's Sanders Theatre on June 7, 1982. The speech was written by Henson, his daughter Lisa (the first female president of the Harvard Lampoon), and fellow Lampoon writer Jay Itzkowitz. Kermit imparted some wisdom from his unique frog perspective, "Now you are just a small fish in a small pond. Soon you will be the big fish in the big pond. And I know what it's like; I know what big fish are." He added, "As you set sail on the great vacation of life, think of Harvard as your travel agent."
- A pennant for Harvard is seen on Scooter's wall during "Six String Orchestra" in episode 417 of The Muppet Show.
- Harvard appears as a property on a Monopoly-esque board for "The Business Game" in the Muppet Meeting Film, "Win! Win! Win!"
- The Jim Henson Company Archives 6/7/1982 – Kermit the F. lectures at Harvard then fly to London- mix D.C.
- The New York Times "At Harvard, She Rules Lampoonland" by Judy Klemesrud, May 16, 1982
- The Muppet Show Fan Club Newsletter volume 3 number 6