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Justice Department Threatens to Sue Harvard over Admissions Policies

Justice Department Threatens to Sue Harvard over Admissions Policies

The Justice Department cited a 2015 lawsuit that charges Harvard’s affirmative action policies discriminate against Asian American applicants.

Harvard’s First Female President to Step Down Next Year

Harvard’s First Female President to Step Down Next Year

Last year, Harvard replaced the academic shield of its law school to remove the 18th century crest of a slave-owning family that helped endow the school.

Harvard Rescinds 10 Acceptances Over Obscene Posts

Harvard Rescinds 10 Acceptances Over Obscene Posts

The messages, exchanged on a private Facebook group, at times joked about sexual assault, ethnic groups and the Holocaust.

More Colleges ‘Commit’ to Diversity Initiatives

Yale, Brown and NYU have stated their goals, but time will tell how they hold up in the long run.

Portraits of Black Professors at Harvard Defaced

Yet another incident of racism on college campuses, which authorities are investigating as a hate crime

New Coalition To Encourage Talented, But Poor Students To Apply To More Competitive Schools

The Coalition for Access, Affordability and Success has teamed up with Stanford, Dartmouth, Penn State, Rutgers and 84 others to change the way colleges can achieve greater inclusion in their student populations.

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Harvard Makes History As It Admits Highest Number of Black and Latino Students to Date

One of the most selective Ivy League schools in the country is recognized for its record-breaking numbers of accepted underrepresented teens.