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How to crack the USNews Top 10

1) Count freshman writing courses
2) Don't count alums that can't be located (Steve Yalovitser, where are you?)
3) Recount library expenditures as an educational expenditure

The shocking thing is, even after all this accounting and reaccounting mumbo-jumbo, the University of Chicago is still just about the same school from the perspective of an undergraduate as it was last year. Except now USNews ranks it #9 instead of #15.

News Flash for prospective undergrads who've had their heads in holes: the U of C is the best place on earth for some of you, but not for others. Regardless of how it counts its library expenditures.

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