Ivy League

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Ivy League

select group of colleges: Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Pennsylvania, Princeton, Yale. [Am. Education: Payton, 343]
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Fellow Ivy Leaguers Brown and Cornell have frozen some hiring and are either delaying construction or reviewing budgets to see which projects can be put off Amherst and Williams are scaling back construction projects to brace for a slowdown in giving and more requests for financial aid.
In "Michael Clayton," Clooney plays a Queens-born lawyer with a Fordham degree working at a top Manhattan corporate law firm otherwise staffed by WASP and Jewish Ivy Leaguers.
Both meet in a hotel with Ivy League freshmen, characters who embody their own aspirations, and both Ivy Leaguers grow tired of their younger companions.
in the same way Ivy Leaguers describe the University of Maryland as a "great school
Denis O'Brien, one of Ireland's wealthiest men, says he doesn't need Ivy Leaguers to peddle cell phones.
Sarah Fiszel began her career at Warburg Realty Partnership in July 2001, after graduating with a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University in May 2001, joining a growing number of young Ivy Leaguers choosing residential real estate as their first career.
While the Ivy Leaguers are banning recruiters, community colleges from Oregon to North Carolina are doing just the opposite.
A story the same day in the Journal's "Marketplace" section deftly explored obstacles that even Ivy Leaguers confront in securing competitive public-service sector jobs.
There are home shopping catalogues for almost every type of customer from the would-be Ivy Leaguers of Lands End and Racing Green through to the dinner suit to dinner service lifestyle bibles like the Next Directory and the new Debenhams Direct catalogues.
Strong chapters on the late 1930s portray the "jitterbugs" and "ickies" who fueled the new subculture, the radical young impresario John Hammond, and the Ivy Leaguers who formed the leading coterie of querulous swing critics.
Diedrich has so far lured about 800 No Ivy Leaguers out to Forest Park.
University of Pennsylvania-Penn students take their varsity sports quite seriously, but as Ivy Leaguers, they operate under the ESPN radar.