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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DOJ Continues Investigating Harvard Admissions

Will Harvard University soon let out a sigh of relief? Under the current administration, the United States Department of Justice has waged war on highly selective universities, including Harvard University. In the Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard University case in which Harvard was accused of discriminating against Asian Americans … 

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The Forthcoming Decision in the Harvard Case

Someone wrote in to us today asking, “Do you know when the Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard University ruling will be released?” We responded, “We have no idea. Likely some time this year, we imagine.” And how did the inquirer respond? It gave us a giggle: “But you’ve got … 

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Asian American Applicants Compete Against Asian American Applicants

When Asian American applicants apply to our nation’s most elite institutions, they compete against other Asian American applicants. Now before our readers make a big fuss, know that this is not a unique phenomenon impacting only Asian American applicants. You see, every highly selective college wants a strong percentage of … 

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