Van Jones on Yale

In an interview with some lefty group, Van Jones (formerly White House “green jobs czar”) explains why he chose Yale over Harvard:

I had a professor who encouraged me to apply to Harvard and Yale [for law school], which was almost unheard of for students coming from the kind of public schools that I was coming from in the rural South. I was accepted to both places, and decided to go to Yale because Yale didn’t have any grades and was smaller than Harvard. I figured, once I enroll I’m guaranteed to graduate, so I can just go and be a radical hellraiser student, and they can’t do anything about it. Which is pretty much what happened.

(Via the Corner.)

Yikes. That’s quite an indictment of Yale Law School.

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