Today’s Supreme Court ruling striking down affirmative action programs at the University of North Carolina and Harvard has sparked a nationwide debate on the future of race-conscious admissions policies.
Harvard University will offer a Tagalog language course, which is reportedly the fourth most spoken language in the country, beginning the academic year 2023-2024.
Academy Award-winning actor and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Goodwill ambassador Michelle Yeoh shared some valuable advice with the Harvard Law School Class of 2023 during the Class Day celebration on May 24 as they prepared to embark on a “presumably bright but unpredictable future.”
BOSTON (AP) — Harvard University is defending its admissions practices in new court records that also offer a scathing rebuke of the group that’s suing over alleged discrimination. Records filed by the school in Boston’s federal court on July 27 say the legal case made by Students for Fair Admissions amounts to a “45-page press […]
By SADIE GURMAN and MARIA DANILOVA Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department said last week it had no broad plans to investigate whether college and university admission programs discriminate against students based on race, seeking to defray worries that a job posting signaled an effort to reverse course on affirmative action. News reports […]