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Harvard leads pack once again

Princeton, Yale rank 2, 3 of national universities

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By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / August 22, 2008

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For the past dozen years, fair Harvard had not fared particularly well in the US News & World Report rankings of the nation's best colleges, at least by its own exalted standards. It had been that long since the Ivy League powerhouse had held the top spot by itself. Finishing second the past two years, to Princeton of all places, ... (Full article: 530 words)

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