Notes in the Margins: Rehab, nudity and the stock market

Schools set up resources for students in recovery Universities are moving to establish on-campus recovery programs for students who have gone through drug or alcohol treatment. (USA Today)

Tufts president ends ‘Naked Quad Run’ It started as a way to cut the stress of Tufts’ winter exams in the 1970s, but the Tufts University president now worries the “Naked Quad Run” has morphed into a dangerous activity that could led to a student death. (feeds.washingtonpost.com)

Stock market is a big factor in the affordability of a college education Parents who saved during an upsurge will probably be able to send their children to college, while those who saved during a bear market may find it a struggle, a Washington think tank finds. Timing is everything — especially, it seems, when it comes to paying for college. (feeds.latimes.com)

U.S. News Data Indicates More Jobs for M.B.A.s An analysis of business school data indicates that the M.B.A. hiring market is heating up. (usnews.com)

Penn Extends ‘Likely’ Letters (and Videos) While the institutions of the Ivy League send out correspondence for years to woo candidates who may have a range of college choices, Penn appears to have taken the process a step further this year. Earlier this month, some of those applicants already identified as “likely” to be admitted received an e-mail that included a link to a Web site. There, they found a video from Eric J. Furda, dean of admissions. (The New York Times)