THE ECONOMIST, Great Britain's once-great liberal (in the classic sense) magazine, now too liberal (in the bad old modern sense), has ranked U.S. colleges and universities by a clever metric -- how much money graduates earn ten years out compared with their expected earnings based on SAT scores and such. Texas scored one university in the top ten and one in the bottom ten.
The winner -- right up there with Washington & Lee, Villanova, and Harvard is . . .