Nixon Denies Any Knowledge

Violated teens. Mysterious hackers. A President's niece. Shaken ivory towers. No, it's not the pilot of Law & Order: Campus Police. It's a real-life intrigue involving students and administrators in the cutthroat culture of Ivy League college admissions. Yale University complained to the FBI last week that members of the admissions office at rival Princeton University had broken into Yale's new online applicant-notification system at least 14 times at the height of the admissions season last spring and gained access to private information about 11 prospective students, some of whom had also applied to Princeton. Even more titillating: one of the...

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