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MIT dean of admissions confesses fraud, resigns

Marilee Jones, dean of admissions at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass., resigned Wednesday after university officials discovered she had fabricated her academic […]

Bulldog interns increase

Almost 100 Yale students will participate in Bulldogs Across America internships this summer, a slight increase from last year, a program administrator said Wednesday. Due […]

‘Likely letters’ part of Yale’s admit strategy

For most high school seniors waiting to hear back from Ivy League colleges this year, March 29 was the day circled in red on the […]

Group targets fin. aid

A student group concerned about Yale’s financial aid policies handed out flyers describing possible difficulties with aid to prefrosh and their parents at Bulldog Days […]

Simon winner targets poverty

Rebekah Emanuel ’07 was named the national winner of the Simon Fellowship this week, an award of $40,000 to recognize and support her “noble purpose.” […]

Recruiting goes online

Admissions officers will soon be able to view personal profiles of prospective college applicants beginning as early as freshman year of high school, thanks to […]

Stanford adopts Common App to make application simpler for students

Students applying to Stanford University will now be able to use the Common Application, and regular decision applications will now be due on Jan. 1. […]

Columbia aid officer faces scandal

Most loan-burdened college students expect help from their financial aid officers. Few expect those officers to line their pockets with profits from the loan companies […]

Eli named Student Employee of the Year

Jared van der Linden ’07: Doing his part to prevent the emergence of three-eyed fish, one orgo beaker at a time. This month, van der […]

Yale’s Rhodes winners defend Oxford studies

After a recent Harvard Crimson column warned future Rhodes Scholars about the miserable experience to be found at Oxford, current scholar Chelsea Purvis ’06 felt […]

Minority admit data not released

Harvard recently touted its admitted class as the most diverse in the university’s history, but the ethnic makeup of Yale’s accepted students remains a mystery. […]