In their first jobs and internships, students realize that the real world operates on a vastly different schedule than college.
- Sexual assault task force releases initial report
- 20 percent of early decision applicants offered admission
- Lowest Ivy rank does not faze admins, students
- Social media use may lead to poor grades
- Top high schools find admissions success
- Structural bias poses obstacles to faculty of color
- U. accepts 18.9 percent of early decision applicants
- Federal, state officials break ground on Dynamo project
- Chernow ’79 selected as next finance VP
- Tensions arise as food truck community grows
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