"'I Don't Know How Professors Teach Without Fighter-Pilot Experience'"
"Admissions versus Asians"

"College as a Marriage Market"

I think I may have noted this once before, but if so, here it is a second time. When asked in class why people would pay such high prices to attend Ivy League schools, the great economist Armen Alchian had a ready answer: the high prices were justified by the ability to go to school with lots of other smart, ambitious people from whom you could well find an excellent marriage partner.