Jenna Johnson writes about higher education for The Washington Post. She also runs the blog “Campus Overload,” hosts a weekly online chat about student life issues and tweets as @wpjenna. Previously, she worked in the Post’s Southern Maryland bureau and covered D.C. police. Jenna is a graduate of the University of Nebraska.
Hedge funder says that “any man or woman can do anything to which they set their heart and mind.”
“As soon as that baby’s lips touched that girl’s bosom, forget it,” Jones said at a U-Va. symposium in April.
Ibragim Todashev implicated himself and Tamerlan Tsarnaev in a triple homicide two years ago, officials say.
Analysis points to campus and state leaders’ complacency and warns that “public Ivy” image could fade.