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By Adam Peck
August 4, 2010
Caption : The latest kerfuffle over Wikileaked documents about the Afghanistan War has led back to MIT. But the connection, says the campus paper, may be nothing more than a media concoction.     

The latest kerfuffle over Wikileaked documents about the Afghanistan War has led back to MIT. But the connection, says the campus paper, may be nothing more than a media concoction. [The Tech]

Princeton Review's annual rankings of the best colleges ushered in the 2010-2011 rankings on just about everything else. Top party schools, highest earners, gay friendly campuses: Where does your campus stack up? [Princeton Review]

"If the University of Phoenix can be successful […] the question needs to be asked: Can the public sector do the same?" That from a committee member tasked with finding cost-cutting maneuvers for the University of Texas. [Chronicle of Higher Education]

Yet another story of a young immigrant facing deportation. This time in Tucson, where a worker at a local food court was found with a fake Social Security card and now has until Sunday for officials to delay her deportation. Her husband is a legal resident, her two children are both U.S. citizens, and she would be eligible for the DREAM Act that is pending in Congress. [KGUN]

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