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It's the eye of the tiger, it's the cream of the fight / Risin' up to the challenge of our rival

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The not-so-secret Skull and Bones Tomb.

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If you're in New Haven, watch out for this one.

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Monkey Business at Yale

Yalies were treated to an uneasy awakening yesterday morning as students were alerted via email of dangerous escaped lab monkeys ...

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Princeton Students Attempt Humor

Flyby hears that writers of Princeton Tiger, Princeton's humor magazine, totally, genuinely, and completely drove up to Harvard the Friday ...

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Princeton students are calling us spoiled? Really...?

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Tufts President Calls For Less Risky Investments

In light of the investment losses suffered by the nation’s wealthiest universities this past year, schools with large endowments should ...

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Tom Clark, the director of the Center for Naturalism, moderates an open discussion at Harvard Book Store last evening titled "Irreplaceable You? The Puzzle of Personal Identity". The discussion is part of the monthly gathering, "The Philosophy Café", hosted by the store.

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Yale: So (Not) Hot Right Now

According to the Yale Daily News, Yale's admissions office received 5% fewer application for early admission, down to 5,265 from ...

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Some building at a community college in New Haven.

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MIT May Add 300 To Undergrad Class

The student population in Cambridge may swell by another 300 undergrads in the next few years, due to MIT’s tentative plan to increase the size of its student body.

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Students leave 77 Massachusetts Avenue, the main address of MIT, yesterday morning. The university is considering increasing its student population.

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Say Yes to Drugs

<p>Harvard carries clout, not just on a resume but in matters of actual importance–and the school is going to do something good with it. </p> <p> </p> <p>Along with Yale, University of Pennsylvania, Brown, and Boston University–the latter three of which Bloomberg News did not deem worthy of including in the headline of its article today–Harvard is releasing a set of provisions that will dictate how drugs developed on campus will be marketed. </p> <p> </p> <p>Read more after the jump.</p>

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Around the Ivies Plus

<p>The quick and dirty about what's been going on around the Ancient Eight (and some other schools too).</p><p>A Yale sophomore died last Sunday. Andre Narcisse '12—an Exeter graduate and aspiring Economics concentrator of Haitian descent—dreamed of someday becoming a Wall Street executive. Yale police officials do not suspect foul play. Yale College Dean Mary Miller told the Yale Daily News that it would be premature and inappropriate to speculate, but added she is hoping to address concerns about alcohol and drug use on campus.</p><p>A freshman at Princeton is suing the university during midterm season, after her request to receive extended time on exams because of her learning disabilities was denied. She argued that poor midterm exam grades freshman fall would cause her “irreparable harm.” FlyBy sympathizes but thinks she should chill out.</p><p>More after the jump.

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