Author: Anemona Hartocollis

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Judge Allison D. Burroughs tried but failed to get into Harvard. Still, both sides in the ongoing case think she'll rule with an even hand. [Read More]
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A federal trial that began this week accusing Harvard of stacking the deck against Asian-American applicants is providing a rare glimpse. [Read More]
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A lawsuit accusing one of the country's most selective universities of discriminating against Asian-Americans is providing a glimpse into how admissions officers decide "yea" or... [Read More]
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Starkly different portrayals of the university emerged in testimony on the third day of a lawsuit examining whether Harvard discriminates. [Read More]
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A lawsuit accusing the university of discriminating against Asian-American applicants promised to reveal how the highly selective institution shapes its incoming classes. [Read More]
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The case, concerning allegations that Harvard unfairly restricts the number of Asian-Americans it accepts, could have a broad impact on how schools choose their incoming... [Read More]
separated by 4.8 kilometres and the slim Charles River but oceans of generational and ideological difference - came on the eve of a trial that... [Read More]
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The two groups dramatized the deep divisions on a case that is widely seen as a battle over affirmative action. [Read More]
Tags: Eve - Harvard - Bias
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Services at Manna Church, a big nondenominational congregation on the west side of town, began at 9 a.m. with announcements:... [Read More]
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As Sunday dawned grimly in the Carolinas, the heavens opened for the fifth straight day, swelling rivers past record-breaking levels and drenching already half-drowned towns.... [Read More]
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Congregations across the storm-drenched region were at work on Sunday, even though many regular services were canceled. [Read More]
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Universities are facing challenges to their mental health leave policies, with some critics saying they are too quick to cast off troubled students. [Read More]
A joint brief by the seven other Ivies and nine private universities said that a ruling against Harvard's admissions process would reverberate across academia. [Read More]
The suit, which accuses the university of discriminating against Asian-Americans, has shed light on little-known aspects of Harvard's selection process. [Read More]
Personal ratings brought down Asian-American applicants' chances of being admitted, according to an analysis filed by a group suing the school for bias. [Read More]
The court documents, filed in federal court in Boston, also showed that Harvard conducted an internal investigation into its admissions policies in 2013 and found... [Read More]
The Justice Department entered a filing in a suit against the flagship university, accusing the school of discouraging students from expressing their views. [Read More]
After John Engler took over in January as Michigan State University's interim president, he stressed again and again the need to quickly settle an onslaught... [Read More]
The university where Dr. Nassar worked for about 20 years announced the settlement on Wednesday. More than 300 women were included in the lawsuits. [Read More]
Hamilton College knew that one of its students was in deep distress before he killed himself. His parents believe they should have been told. [Read More]
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