For a generation of students who share every detail of their personal lives in text messages, MySpace pages and other online postings, the college admissions chase is offering a lesson that some things are best kept private.
Last December, when Brown University's early admission decisions were released online, students in one classroom at North Hollywood High’s highly gifted magnet program could be heard applauding. In another, there was silence, followed by the sound of someone crying...
Sunday, April 05, 2009
This from the L A Times: