Notes in the Margins: Gays, impersonations and alumni dating

College presidents around USA impersonated on Twitter If using Twitter makes college presidents more personable, it also makes them easier to impersonate. (USA Today)

Even on Religious Campuses, Students Fight for Gay Identity Decades after the gay rights movement swept secular schools, more gays and lesbians are coming out at Christian colleges but are running up against conservative administrators, trustees and alumni. (The New York Times)

It Takes Moon Shot to Ace This Class For decades, mining on the moon and colonizing Mars have been the stuff of sci-fi dreams. Now both are being taken seriously by Columbia University—and NASA. (The Wall Street Journal)

More non-Californians are offered freshman slots at UC schools The University of California’s recent decision to boost its enrollment of out-of-state students for the extra tuition they pay was evident in the higher number of non-Californians offered freshman admission for the fall. (Los Angeles Times)

Dating site connects alumni — and donations Connect. Rekindle. Give back. That’s the slogan of AlumniDate, a dating site tailored to alumni that also offers “an unprecedented way to generate money to help the budget-tightened schools.” (The Washington Post)