Jul 16, 2015

Tiny Menlo College is like home for Saudi elite - SFGate

More than half a century ago, a professor from Menlo College in Atherton took a vacation to Saudi Arabia, a struggling young country despite recent oil wealth, and spent many an evening telling Saudi dinner companions about the small, private men’s school specializing in business education. “The next thing you know, we had the royal family there,” chuckled Dorothy Skala, who worked at Menlo for...

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