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The biggest mover-shaker was Morehouse College, the only all-male historically black college in the U.S., who jumped 235 spots to No. 285.
The real change agent here — felt throughout the list — is our switch from using “Who’s Who” to a newly compiled list of America’s Leaders to determine post-grad success. It’s a far more inclusive catalog that relies on many of FORBES’ franchises (Power Women, 30 Under 30, Midas List) as well as prizewinners in the arts, sciences and more. The end result is a less clubby and more democratic list of people — and colleges — who matter most.
Liberal art colleges seemed to have gotten the shaft this year. Noticeable cases: Haverford, Middlebury, Carleton, Harvey Mudd
JuniorMint wrote: »
I feel a little sad for Bephy and UCLA though. :(