Well — Stanford – not the Ivy League exactly – but you get the idea!
Harvard, Dartmouth & Princeton (and many other high-profile, high tuition schools where our best and brightest attend) all have similar issues too (lead paint hazards or potential lead paint hazards in historic on-campus buildings, especially housing)….
Construction in 2013 exposed Escondido Village residents and workers to lead
*Glenn Wilson is a pseudonym used to protect the identity of the subject of the story.
In June 2013, Glenn Wilson*, a graduate student in the School of Engineering [at Stanford], walked outside his Escondido Village apartment to find his 3-year-old daughter playing in lead paint chips that University officials told him “weren’t harmful.”