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Entitled is the most common term used by employers that experienced intern nightmares. The term was most commonly associated with Tier 1 institutions such as Harvard, Yale, Columbia, NYU and etc. To be fair, there are bad apples in every college
5 Questions to Be Answered at the Ivy League Tournament As we head into a weekend full of conference tournament action, one of the most intriguing leagues to watch will be the Ivy...There are a lot of things to be learned from this tournament, but
Division I-AA We haven't noticed any difference at all, he said...The Crimson's basketball team has taken a big hit, losing its two captains while the university investigates possible academic malfeasance that it said involved as many as 125 students.
President of Princeton Says She Will Step Down Published: September 22, 2012 The president of Princeton University , Shirley M. Tilghman , announced on Saturday that she would step down in June. Dr. Tilghman, a molecular biologist and a professor,
Updated: Monday, June 18, 2012, 6:00 AM Bill Higgins/Courtesy of College of Staten Is Irvin Ibarguen speaking at graduation ceremonies at the College of Staten Island last month. Irvin Ibarguen skated through high school, skipping classes to play
But at the Hawthorne Math and Science Academy, all it takes is a failed quiz, a missed homework assignment or a forgotten book. Whenever such a small infraction occurs, students are sent to the office, where they must pick up the phone and deliver
Her lawyer, Mathew Paulose, appears to have an interesting definition of "theft" : "This is about a theft where a business advertises as one thing and is actually another.....Of course, that's not even close to what's happening, and it's hardly "
These days, it seems like everyone is doing whatever they can to get into the best possible school, from loading up on volunteer hours, to shelling out cash for SAT prep classes, to hiring expensive college counselors. And for good reason; with all
As I tweeted yesterday, she’s received a national merit scholarship of $2500 (one time) to any school she decides to attend, but that is only about 1 percent of the 4-year cost of her going to Dartmouth–which in a money-blind contest she picks as her