Posts tagged: College Admissions - Diverse
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Proficiency Over Privilege

by Amanda Wilkerson & Shalander "Shelly" Samuels | March 20, 2019 We are appalled but not surprised about the revelation of the ubiquitous celebrity admissions s Read more

Rutgers-Newark Honors Program Takes New Approach to Developing Citizen Leaders

by | March 15, 2019
Christopher Latonnel is among 220 students ages 17 to 50 in Rutgers-Newark Honors Living-Learn [...] Read more

USC Officials to Deny Admission to Students Linked to Nationwide Admissions Scandal

by | March 14, 2019
Amid the recent unveiling of the largest college admissions cheating scandal in U.S. history, o [...] Read more

Will Whites Be Stereotyped as Corrupt Because of Felicity Huffman?

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The recent bust in Boston of an organized, professionalized, high-stakes college admissions fra [...] Read more

The Myth of Meritocracy

by | March 13, 2019
To my high school guidance counselor, I wasn’t college material. I remember flipping through [...] Read more

DOJ Reveals College Admissions Scandal, Rocks Higher Ed

by | March 12, 2019
The U.S. Department of Justice bombshell about 49 individuals across the nation who face charge [...] Read more

How to Get More Money for College

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 19, 2019
As a journalist who has covered college admission for many years, I’ve seen ­firsthand how s [...] Read more

UNC Admissions Lawsuit Likely Headed to Supreme Court

by | January 22, 2019
The federal lawsuit challenging race-conscious admissions practices at the University of North [...] Read more

Importance of Counselors Made Clear in College Admission Report

by Lois Elfman | November 11, 2018
The latest report from the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) detail [...] Read more

At the Harvard Affirmative Action Trial, We’re About to Hear From the Less Than Perfect — Who Got In

by | October 27, 2018
With the news of pipe bombs and hot rhetoric, the trial in Boston over Harvard’s use of affir [...] Read more

International Colloquium Creates Space for Women Scholars and Undergrads

by | October 23, 2018
The International Colloquium on Black Males in Education kicked off this week with pre-colloqui [...] Read more

Geographical Bias in Testing: Is Cultural Bias a Problem of the Past or Are We Simply Not Looking in the Right Space?

by Manuel S. González Canché | September 17, 2018
Despite the recent emergence of test optional and/or test flexible programs, wherein students d [...] Read more

Scholars Believe Supreme Court Likely to End Affirmative Action with Kavanaugh

by Monica Levitan and LaMont Jones | September 13, 2018
Scholars from coast to coast expect the Senate Judiciary Committee to confirm Supreme Court nom [...] Read more

To Imperil Affirmative Action is to Imperil the Future of Millions

by Kent D. Lollis | August 30, 2018
Anyone who has been in higher education admissions over the last 40 years knows why colorblind [...] Read more

16 Schools Defend Harvard’s Race-Conscious Admissions Policy

by | August 1, 2018
A group of highly selective universities has defended Harvard University’s race-conscious adm [...] Read more
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