From today's UK papers

December 4, 2000

Harvard Business School and Stanford University are exploring plans to develop and deliver online courses in executive and management education.

Scientists from Hertfordshire University are putting the paranormal to the test in Britain's biggest telepathy experiment.

Even if he fails to win the race for the White House, Al Gore could within months still become president — of Harvard University.

Magdalen College, Oxford, which rejected the state school student Laura Spence, is facing fresh controversy after the government pressed its tutor to accept an application from Prince Azim, the son of the sultan of Brunei ( Guardian , Independent ).

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