Princeton Reassigns Dean Involved In Yale Web Site Flap
from the took-them-long-enough dept
It’s been almost eight months since it was discovered that Princeton’s admissions director was secretly logging in to Yale’s online admissions notices to see who they were letting in. So, now, after eight months, Princeton’s top notch investigators have concluded that what Yale said was completely true (the admissions director basically admitted it at the time) and have decided to reassign the dean to be director of planning and administration for campus life. So, how long until we here stories about an “unnamed” Princeton administration official accused of hacking into the accounts of students? After all, this is the same university that made it so one student publication had access to nearly $10 million in university money.