Dartmouth College Student

Dartmouth College is very proud to have as a member of its Class of 2014 an inspirational young man who has changed the world. This young man, William Kamkwamba, is the subject of The New York Times bestselling 2009 work of nonfiction by Bryan Mealer, The Boy Who Harnessed the … 

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College Admissions Glitch

The University of Delaware made a major error this past Friday when the admissions office accidentally sent out acceptance decisions to 61 applicants. It was not Delaware’s intention to admit these applicants and, after the weekend, they were informed of their true admissions decision. Writes Ellen Tumposky in an ABC … 

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Business School Rankings

US News & World Report has come out with its annual rankings of graduate business schools. This year’s ranking is a bit different from last year’s with Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and Harvard University’s Harvard Business School flipping slots. This year, Stanford GSB took home the top prize. … 

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Preschool to the Ivy League

There is an article in today’s suing the preschool her daughter attended, the ultimate source of information that is neither interesting nor noteworthy, that focuses on a Manhattan mom who is suing the preschool her daughter attended for hurting her 4 year-old’s chances of admission to an Ivy League school … 

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Penn Admissions

Did you recently receive a cryptic but super exciting video from the University of Pennsylvania? On March 4th, students who applied to the University of Pennsylvania and stood out as especially exceptional in the pack of applicants received an email communication from none other than the University of Pennsylvania’s Dean … 

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Harvard Admissions

There is an editorial in today’s edition of The Boston Globe in which the writer argues that the return of Early Action to Harvard makes the admissions process more equitable for all: “The admissions advantage for athletes has been a source of contention at Harvard for decades. A situation in … 

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