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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Ivy League
Zachary Wood can't wait to start college.
Harvard's class of 2014 got a commencement address by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on 'a modern form of McCarthyism' — at their own university.
Secretary of State John Kerry took a poke at the NBA's controversy surrounding Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling during a speech at Yale University's Class Day.
Alyssa Thomas and Jen Hazlett both have used college basketball to prepare for the next stages of their lives.
It's more than a figure of speech to say Harvard's last trip to this stage of the NCAA tournament felt like an elbow to the face - especially if that face belongs to Siyani Chambers.
No. 5 Cincinnati opens NCAA tournament play in the East Region against No. 12 Harvard, which will make its third straight trip to the tournament after winning the Ivy League.
Alyssa Baron and her Penn teammates never stopped believing they could win an Ivy Championship.
Harvard became the first team to reach the NCAA tournament, and the Crimson did it on rival Yale's court.
T.J. Bray had 19 points and six rebounds and Princeton used the game's only significant scoring run Friday night to pull away from Yale 57-46.
Steven Spieth scored 19 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Brown to a 76-67 win at Penn Friday night.
On the surface, it seems to defy logic: Encourage the city's poorest students to apply to the nation's most elite universities.
No one knows whether Minerva Schools will succeed in providing an elite university experience for roughly half the cost of an Ivy League school, but if it doesn't, someone else out there will.
The Minerva Project is an ambitious attempt to create an elite university for the 21st century while remaking the higher education model.
Michael Lesley crisscrossed Harvard Yard, looking up from his copy of David Hume's "The Natural History of Religion" only to avoid the tourists that shuffled through the snow-covered quadrangle.
Talk about revenge of the nerds!