Harvard Wins

In a seminal decision in the Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard University case, Harvard University has been declared victorious. Today, a federal judge declared Harvard’s undergraduate admissions policies to be constitutional, thereby effectively denying plaintiff’s challenge that the school discriminates against Asian American applicants in its admissions process. The … 

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Affirmative Action at Harvard

As universities across America keep a watchful eye on the Trump administration’s interest in challenging the legality of Affirmative Action, there is no university facing more intense pressure than Harvard University. As we’ve previously reported on the pages of our college admissions blog, the United States Department of Justice, under … 

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Affirmative Action Is Not To Blame

The United States Department of Justice, under the leadership of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, has signaled that it will challenge the practice of Affirmative Action under the guise that the practice fosters the discrimination of Asian American applicants. From our soapbox here at Ivy Coach, we have on so many … 

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Affirmative Action at Harvard

There’s an interesting piece in “The Washington Post” by Nick Anderson entitled “How Harvard set the model for affirmative action in college admissions” that we figured we’d share with our readers. After all, Affirmative Action is a hot topic right now with the Supreme Court expected to soon rule on … 

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