2020 Ivy League Athletic Recruits

In light of the testing cancelations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, each of the eight Ivy League universities has announced test-optional policies for applicants to the Class of 2025. SAT or ACT scores along with SAT Subject Tests will not be required for rising seniors applying to college next year, … 

Read More

On Harvard’s Anti-Semitic Legacy

Recently, we wrote a blog that shined a lantern on an article in The Forward by Mitchell Bard entitled “It’s Time for Harvard to Reckon with Its Anti-Semitic Legacy.” The piece in The Forward focuses on a former Harvard president, A. Lawrence Lowell, who instituted quotas in Harvard’s admissions process … 

Read More

2020 Ivy League Football Play

The Ivy League’s beginnings trace not to science research or philosophical debate but rather to football. Yes, football. The Ivy League was formed so these eight elite institutions could compete against one another on the gridiron. But in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, will there be an Ivy League football … 

Read More

A Call for Harvard to Reckon with Its Anti-Semitic History

A. Lawrence Lowell is a name that has popped up from time to time on the pages of our college admissions blog. For those unfamiliar with A. Lawrence Lowell, he was the president of Harvard University from 1909-1933. He also happened to be a notorious anti-Semite who used quotas to … 

Read More

Dartmouth Voices Support for BLM Movement

Dartmouth College recently issued a joint statement on behalf of its trustees and senior leadership voicing unequivocal support for the Black Lives Matter movement. While some universities have chosen to remain silent on the BLM movement sweeping the nation, in issuing this statement, Dartmouth has signaled to its students, alumni, … 

Read More

Universities Must Reckon with Their Pasts

Just a few days ago, we at Ivy Coach saluted Princeton University’s Board of Trustees for alas deciding to cease honoring the legacy of Woodrow Wilson. Wilson, a former Princeton and U.S. president, was the namesake of Princeton’s school of public policy and one of its six residential colleges. But … 

Read More

Dartmouth to Open Campus This Fall

Dartmouth College has announced plans to re-open its campus this fall. But it won’t be an ordinary fall term in picturesque Hanover, New Hampshire — certainly not as COVID-19 cases continue to skyrocket across America. Rather, the College on the Hill has plans to invite a bit more than half … 

Read More

Princeton Kicks Woodrow Wilson to the Curb

Princeton University has sung, “I know that I can’t take no more; It ain’t no lie; I want to see you out that door; Baby bye bye bye” to President Woodrow Wilson. Wilson, the 28th president of the United States who also served as the 13th president of Princeton, has … 

Read More

Harvard Class of 2024 Profile

Curious about the breakdown of the admitted students who chose to matriculate as members of Harvard’s Class of 2024? Wonder no more as we’ve got this data for our readers. A few headlines? More than half of matriculants will be women. A year after Harvard claimed victory — pending appeal … 

Read More

ADFSD

1 2 3 103