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Harvard and MIT experiences suggest a more constrained vision for massive free courses.
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More women in science, and a steady increase in Asian-American admits
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The lawsuit that could determine the fate of affirmative action
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The Undergraduate considers the composition of Harvard College.
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Ethics and the dawn of decision-making machines
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Two lawsuits allege the College’s sanctions policy constitutes sex-based discrimination.
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“None of my friends are going to The Game, which is evidenced by the fact that we’re at IHOP deliberating whether our crêpes should come with lingonberry, and not on a shuttle into Boston.”
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First day of trial for the case that could restrict affirmative action in college admissions