Time to study

What do the students at Yale Law School know that the kids at Villanova don’t? A Princeton Review of major law schools in the country — except for you, University of St. Thomas Law School — revealed that Villanova law students study an average of 7 1/2 hours a day while the kids at Yale put in a grueling hour and a half.

The only regional school that bothered to report the figures was North Dakota, good for a little over 3 hours of work a day.