Dartmouth will not penalize applicants for protesting

Alex Fredman

March 6, 2018

Taylor said that this effort falls in line with Dartmouth’s admissions strategy in general. “Students who seek a better world are precisely the kind of students that the College on the Hill seeks in its incoming class,” she said.

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Faust Raises Concerns About Higher Ed Act’s Changes to Student Aid

Delano R. Franklin & Kristine E. Guillame

February 7, 2018

Brian Taylor, managing director of Ivy Coach, a college admissions counseling company, said the overhaul of the Higher Education Act would raise costs for low- and middle-income college students and be especially difficult for graduate students.

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Debating the efficacy and necessity of the college interview

Larry Mantle

January 3, 2018

Are college interviews necessary? It’s a question that many, if not most, college-bound students ask themselves at one point or another. An in-person interview is often billed as a student’s best chance to make a personal connection with an admissions representative or, more often, an alumni in the student’s area … Read more

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The Price of Admission

Aaron Mak

December 5, 2017

Taylor’s company explicitly advises Asian applicants to work against racial stereotypes as part of a college-prep sector that presumes anti-Asian discrimination in the admissions process to be a fact.

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