WJI Buzz - U.S. News & World Report

Aug 20, 2010

The 2010 U.S. News and World Report rankings of U.S. "best colleges" has just come out (August 17, 2010). While we would look to other surveys for guidance (www.whatwilltheylearn.com) the magazine's ratings are interesting.

A number of WJI teachers and speakers have attended the top 10 "best colleges." Here is our list, including the year/s each has been a guest teacher or speaker at the institute.

HARVARD:
Ross Douthat, 10
William Edgar, 01-03, 08
James Fallows, 05
James Gidley, 00
Hendrik Hertzberg, 05-08
Hugh Hewitt, 08
Dick Keyes, 03-04
Nicholas Kristof, 06
James Kurth, 03
Seth Lipsky, 05
Seth Mnookin, 05
Ruben Navarrette, 05
William Proctor, 02
Reihan Salam, 10

YALE:
David Cho, 02-03
Michael Luo, 03
Eric Metaxas, 03-09
Victor Navasky, 06
Marvin Olasky, 99-02
John Prentis, 99-00
Amity Shlaes, 07

WILLIAMS:
Russell Pulliam, 00-10

DARTMOUTH:
James Panero, 07

COLUMBIA:
Philip Gourevitch, 09
Christopher White, 08

PRINCETON:
Randall Balmer, 05

STANFORD:
Samuel Casey, 03
 

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