The Prince ran a story yesterday about a new novel written by Jean Hanff Korelitz, a former reader for the Princeton admissions office. The story is about a fictional Princeton admissions officer and some sort of secret she harbors.
The reporter interviewed Korelitz to ask about her connections to Princeton and to discuss her book, and he even interviewed a student who used to babysit for her kids once upon a time. But over the course of nearly 600 words, the article doesn’t mention the very minor detail that Korelitz’s husband is Paul Muldoon. Nope, not important or noteworthy at all.
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