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Published in : 2018-10-22 | by Wall Street Journal
Harvard's admissions process has always been shrouded in secrecy, but a recent lawsuit is allowing the veil to be lifted. The WSJ's Nicole Hong and Melissa ...
Published in : 2016-03-16 | by Wall Street Journal
Harvard Law School will no longer use a seal with the crest of an 18th-century slaveholder who played a key role in the school's history, following protests from ...
Published in : 2016-01-29 | by Wall Street Journal
A report from Harvard University recommends the college admissions process should place more emphasis on factors such as good citizenship and contribution ...
Published in : 2017-03-30 | by Wall Street Journal
Ivy League school applicants receive acceptance and rejection letters this week, but many students will wind up in the limbo of the college wait-list. College ...
Published in : 2012-07-30 | by Wall Street Journal
As the number of law school applicants has declined, law schools find themselves bargaining with students to fill seats in lecture halls. WSJ's Chelsea Phipps ...
Published in : 2017-01-26 | by Wall Street Journal
Harvard University's endowment fund, which is the largest in the world, is planning to make big changes to its investment approach. Here's why Harvard and ...
Published in : 2016-04-07 | by Wall Street Journal
All eight Ivy League schools, including Harvard and Yale, have accepted Augusta Uwamanzu-Nna, a Long Island, N.Y., high-school senior, into their freshman ...
Published in : 2012-07-06 | by Wall Street Journal
Are U.S. business school enrollments diverse, or is there some fuzzy math going on? WSJ's Melissa Korn visits Mean Street to break down the numbers.
Published in : 2012-10-10 | by Wall Street Journal
University of San Diego professor Gail Heriot on the affirmative action case Fisher v. University of Texas that the Supreme Court case will hear on Thursday.
Published in : 2013-06-24 | by Wall Street Journal
The University of Texas's use of diversity in the admissions process will face a new test in the 5th Circuit Court. Ashby Joes and Jess Bravin discuss. AP Photo.