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Federal Appeals Court Upholds Harvard University’s Race-Based Admissions

A United States federal appeals court ruled in favor of Harvard University’s use of race-based admissions last week. The 104-page ruling comes after a federal...

Harvard, MIT File Lawsuit to Stop New International Student Policy

Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration on Wednesday in an effort to block a...

Anti-Affirmative Action Group Plans to Challenge Harvard Ruling

Supporters of race-conscious college admissions enjoyed a victory Tuesday when federal Judge Allison D. Burroughs ruled in favor of Harvard University in a highly...

Medical Schools Make Strides to Improve Inclusion of, Advocacy for LGBTQ...

“It’s hard to know who you can trust.”  Those are the words of a 26-year-old gay student at a U.S medical school who participated in a...

Harvard Business Professor Leads Effort to Highlight Successes of African American...

This spring, students in Harvard Business School are learning about the successes of African American business owners through a new course focused exclusively on...