In 1995 the dot com era was coming into full swing and AOL was the hottest stock around. Harvard, on the other hand, has been an icon of the educational system since before our parents were born. Point being, collegiate reputations are relatively stable and not nearly as volatile as news found in the Wall Street Journal. I'd place a bet that all 10 schools mentioned in the link posted still have highly reputable astronomy programs, even thought the idea of ranking graduate programs in a strict hierarchy is a bit absurd and also noting that there might have been slight movements up or down the charts for a few institutions. To many, knowledge of the top 10 schools isn't very useful because of their overly high standards of admission; However, to those who have received, or will receive, admission offers to schools listed in the top 10 (Princeton, UT Austin, etc.), seeing their institution listed may provide a bit of satisfaction and a sense of accomplishment.