The nation’s oldest collegiate theatrical organization has officially cast six women to perform in next year’s show after 174 years of male performances!
Is a cap on Asian-American students reverse affirmative action?
Plus, developments in the search for Mollie.
Come at us, Theta Zeta Xi.
The internet is a wonderful place.
See which colleges have the most alumni among the Fortune 500 list of CEOs.
A CMN exclusive interview with the inspiring author of 'Light Filters In.'
First release from Harvard grad Brynn Elliott.
The one with Yale, Columbia, Harvard and Princeton.
Chance, Oprah, Hillary — even Jimmy Carter — will offer words of wisdom to new grads this month.
This week the Ivy Leagues get political: Let's talk immigration.
As the semester winds down for students, the news does not.
This week the Ivy Leagues stepped up their game and are becoming politically engaged. Will you be next?
Plus, a sad ending to a University of Texas saga
The better question is: why are achievements considered selfish?
There is a lot of 'bearing' in this one.
Maybe he'll major in journalism and become a CMN contributor?
The one with Harvard not accepting anyone and that Princeton guy who went into space.
Harvard has had their lowest admission rate ever.
The one with Brown in space and Columbia in the snow.
The one with Princeton, Harvard, UPenn and Cornell.
Plus, It's International Women's Day, just ask McDonald's
“The silence was not mine,” she says. “It was Harvard’s.”
Privilege is only knowing March 5, 2018 as an ordinary Monday.
Brown's men's swim team, a religious organization at Harvard, and Prince Charles' appreciation of Cornell.