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Commentariat got its hands the names of the early Phi Beta Kappa inductees: Rajiv Agarwal, Rudi Batzell, Mikaela Bradbury, Jennifer Brown, Cindy Cai, Willy Chang, Emily Clader, Yasemin Erboy, Amari Hammonds, Emily Jordan, Kyle Jurado, Leora Kelman, Jisung Park, Andrei Petrenko, Brendan Price, Richard Prins, Mollie Schwartz, Swarup Swaminathan, Xiyin Tang, and Xiao Wei. Congrats […]

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The Good Ship Spectator is in limited production this week, hibernating today in honor of midterm exams. Satisfy your desire for a daily dose of QuickSpec with a round up of Spec‘s ever-so scintillating splogs. Wonder what Business School Dean R. Glenn Hubbard is up to these days?  Still think he wants to be the […]

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