Will Yalies March on the Sun?

The expensively educated elitists over at The New York Sun are making like they’re U.S. News & World Report. They’ve developed an ever-so-scientific system for grading New York City’s elite private schools.

The Sun’s methodology:

So it’s Harvard uber alles. Students who choose to go to Yale, Columbia, Amherst, Vassar or, heaven forbid, a fine public institution like Berkeley (full disclosure: my alma mater) — they’re worth bupkes.

The Jewish angle? Ramaz earned a respectable B+ from the Sun.

Okay, here’s the real Jewish angle: Sun editor Seth Lipsky and managing editor Ira Stoll (Harvard grads both, of course) are, respectively, the founding editor and former managing editor of this rag.

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