LOS ANGELES ( — It’s no longer a tie! UCLA has edged out USC in the latest rankings of America’s best universities, according U.S. News & World Report.

UCLA ranked 23rd and tied with the University of Virginia. USC and Carnegie Mellon University followed closely behind, both ranked at 25.

In 2014, the cross-town rivals were tied at 24.

The number one spot in 2015 went to Princeton for the second year in a row, followed by Harvard, Yale, Columbia and Stanford.

Cal Techicon1 UCLA Edges Out USC In New U.S. News & World Report Rankings (10) in Pasadena was the only SoCal school to rank in the top 20.

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