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Harvard is the top school once again.

The Ivy League tie has been broken – and Harvard is the winner.

Neck and neck with Princeton last year, the Crimson have beat out the Tigers in just-released rankings of the nation’s top universities.

“On a scale of 100, Harvard beat Princeton by 1,” said Robert Morse of U.S. News & World Report, who was in charge of crunching the numbers.

Yale was in third place, and the city’s Ivy League player, Columbia, vaulted to No. 4, from eighth place last year.

“It’s a community within the communities of New York City,” said Eric Helms, 25, who’s getting a master’s degree in poetry at Columbia.

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