Can you figure out which quotes are from Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber and which are from Brutal Chilean Dictator Augusto Pinochet?
The faculty committee created by University President Chris Eisgruber to assess the University’s grading policy released its findings well ahead of schedule on Tuesday, recommending that no more than 10 percent of the grades given in any department should be A’s—a reduction from the current figure of 35 percent.
Former Dean of the College Nancy Weiss Malkiel is bringing grade deflation to a whole new organization.
After several years of experimentation, Princeton University announced a plan to remove a generally-disliked policy and revert to the original system. As President Shirley
How soon, so soon! our finals week arrives! It drives the best of us up to the brink And the rest of all of
“Spirit,” said Malkiel, with an interest she had never felt before, “tell me if Tiny Tim will get into grad school.”
“If the shadows of the Future remain unchanged, no.”
The success of Princeton University’s grade deflation has prompted the University’s Board of Trustees to implement a similar policy in order to curb rising
In what Princetonians across the nation are calling “bullshit,” the university has fallen to second place in U.S. News & World Report’s college rankings.
All this business about grade deflation begs the real question: when are we going to stop kidding ourselves and accept the fact that Princeton’s