Department of Justice Investigating Harvard Admissions Practices

While we’ve previously reported on the speculation that the United States Department of Justice intended to investigate Harvard University for allegedly discriminating against Asian American applicants through the practice of Affirmative Action, we can now confirm that an investigation is indeed underway. Harvard University is in the crosshairs of Attorney … 

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Harvard and the Senior Prom

Woodward and Bernstein may not be working at “HelloGiggles,” “a positive online community for women covering news, culture, entertainment, beauty, fashion, and more,” but the online community is breaking news on the date a high school senior chose for prom. Hint, hint. It’s not a person. When Priscilla Samey apparently couldn’t … 

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Admission to Harvard

College seniors frequently say that the freshmen look younger and younger every year. Usually, it’s just their minds playing tricks on them. But in the case of incoming Harvard freshman Saheela O. Ibraheem, they’re not wrong. Saheela will be matriculating to Harvard College next year at the age of fifteen. … 

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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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