Harvard Tries to End Long-Running Lawsuit

Harvard University is looking to wrap up litigating the long-running Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard University case. As our readers may recall, Harvard claimed a momentous victory at trial. The decision was then appealed by the anti-Affirmative Action group known as Students for Fair Admissions to the First Circuit … 

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SFFA Asks Supreme Court to Hear Case Against Harvard

In their latest salvo to outlaw Affirmative Action at our nation’s universities, the group known as Students for Fair Admissions, which lost their lawsuit against Harvard University back in 2019 and their appeal in 2020 in which they accused the school of anti-Asian American bias in its admissions process, has … 

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The Fate of Harvard’s Admissions Practices

Will Harvard University be ordered to change its admissions practices? Will a victory for Students For Fair Admissions lead to a case before the United States Supreme Court in which the consideration of race in college admissions decision-making stands trial? Or will Harvard University soundly defeat SFFA and thereby have … 

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Harvard Asian American Discrimination Case

Harvard University could soon be going to trial in a case in which it will have to defend itself against claims the university actively discriminates against Asian American applicants in its admissions practices. As our regular readers may recall, a group known as Students for Fair Admissions has filed a … 

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Harvard Admissions Case

The Dartmouth College case, which we wrote about yesterday, may be one of the most famous Supreme Court cases in American history, but there’s a Harvard admissions case currently before the courts that’s also raising some eyebrows. Regular readers of our college admissions blog know where we at Ivy Coach … 

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