Harvard Wins Appeal

Back in October 2019, Harvard University claimed victory in a case in which the school was accused of discriminating against Asian American applicants in its admissions process. Back then, a federal judge declared that while Harvard’s system of evaluating applicants to the university wasn’t perfect, “the court will not dismantle … 

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Ivy League Schools Show Support for Harvard

In the legal equivalent of a “we got your back,” a number of highly selective colleges, including every single Ivy League college, filed an amicus brief with the court to voice their support for Harvard as the university defends itself against allegations of Asian American discrimination in its admissions process. … 

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Harvard Admission Suit

We’ve written before on the pages of this college admissions blog about the lawsuit facing Harvard University as it relates to discriminatory practices in admissions — concerned Asian American applicants. The case has not gone away. Rather, it’s progressing slowly. Harvard’s legal team (no, it does not include Reese Witherspoon … 

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Harvard Admissions Lawsuit

Two federal lawsuits were filed this week — one against Harvard University and the other against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill — and both center on race-based Affirmative Action policies at the universities. In particular, the lawsuits focus on how white and Asian American applicants to these … 

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