This is the year the pricey colleges had to choose between...

On the other hand

April 03, 1991|By DAN BERGER

This is the year the pricey colleges had to choose between applicants qualified academically or qualified financially. They ran out of twofers.

A loaf of bread went from 24 to 61 kopecks overnight and nothing has hit Moscow so hard since the Revolution.

Imagine a largely white team from a highly selective, social country club of a school, where PC trendies run the English Department, winning all the basketball marbles. Just imagine.

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