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A Sexual Assault Survivor At Princeton Tried To Protest. Instead, She Was Fined $2,700.
The student's experience sparked dozens of activists to organize a sit-in calling for better Title IX protections.
Harvard Ousts Dean Who Joined, Withdrew From Harvey Weinstein's Defense Team
The Black Law Students Association defended Ronald Sullivan's decision and said the school’s response was characterized by “racist undertones.”
Elizabeth Warren Wants The Sackler Name Removed From Harvard Buildings
The Sackler family, which runs Purdue Pharma, has been accused of fueling the opioid epidemic out of sheer greed.
John Kerry Straightens Out Congressman On Climate Change
Former Secretary of State John Kerry answered questions on climate change for Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), who didn’t appear to be familiar with the definition of political science.
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Russell Simmons, Kimora Lee Say Daughter, 16, Got Into Harvard On 'Own'
The proud mother of Aoki Lee Simmons also threw direct shade at Lori Loughlin over the college admissions scandal.
Harvard University Sued For Allegedly Profiting Off Images Of Slaves
Harvard University is being accused of profiting off images of slaves from the 1850s.
Harvard Sued For Allegedly Profiting From Early Photos Of Slaves
Tamara Lanier of Connecticut is suing the Ivy League school for "wrongful seizure, possession and expropriation" of photos taken of her ancestors for a racist study.
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Chrissy Teigen Mocks College Bribery Scam With Feisty Photoshop
"Does this look real? We're trying to get into Harvard."
Students React To College Admissions Bribery Scandal
College students are reacting to “Operation Varsity Blues,” an FBI investigation of an elite college admissions scandal.
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The College Admissions Process Is Already A Scam
One college counseling company charges up to $1.5 million for its perfectly legal services.
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Department of Justice Describes College Bribery Ring
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is charging nearly 50 people for participating in a nationwide bribery ring that U.S. attorney Andrew Lelling called the “largest college admission scam ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice.”
Harvard Students Call For Harvey Weinstein Attorney To Step Down As House Dean
Ronald Sullivan says he can represent the former Hollywood mogul on sex abuse charges and oversee a residence full of students. Others disagree.
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A Harvard Geneticist Wants To Sell A Magical Molecule To Reverse Aging. It Works. In Mice.
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David Sinclair stirred up controversy before when he promoted — and got $8 million — off a “miraculous molecule.”
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3 Women Sue Yale And 9 Fraternities, Saying They Enable Abuse And Harassment
The lawsuit, filed by students who say they've been sexually assaulted, accuse the school of violating Title IX and the Fair Housing Act.
Kansas Teen To Graduate From High School And Harvard In Same Month
Braxton Moral is the only student to successfully pursue a four-year high school degree and a bachelor’s degree from Harvard at the same time.
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David Hogg, Parkland Shooting Survivor, Says He's Going To Harvard
The gun control activist announced his plans several months after Fox News' Laura Ingraham mocked him for not getting into a few universities.
Harvard's Bipartisan Congressional Orientation Under Fire For Being Too Corporate
Progressive members of Congress publicly took the university's confab to task, saying it needed more representation from the left.
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First Black Woman To Lead Harvard Crimson To Show Students Of Color They're Not Alone
“I feel really lucky to be taking on The Crimson at this time and to show other people of color you are not the only one," Kristine E. Guillaume said.
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Meet The First Undocumented Immigrant Rhodes Scholar In History
Jin Park, the son of a line cook and nail salon worker, moved to the U.S. from South Korea when he was 7 years old.
Scientists Discover Adorable Bird That's Actually 3 Species In One
A local bird watcher's suspicions about the striking warbler turned out to be correct.
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‘Corpse Flower’ That Stinks Like Dirty Diapers To Bloom At Dartmouth College
The flower's odor has been compared to rotting flesh, decaying animals and soiled baby diapers.
How Practicing Witchcraft Helped This Woman Heal From Trauma
Haylin Belay uses her magic rituals to heal from past trauma and to find an inner power in a society that often doesn’t value women of color.
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Dolly Parton Confirms Adorable Story That Had Twitter On The Edge Of Its Seat
Chachi Chatters posted a story about the legendary singer and pizza that seemed too good to be true. But it really happened.
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Colin Kaepernick Receives Harvard's W.E.B. Du Bois Medal For NFL Kneeling Protests
"Love is at the root of our resistance," the former NFL player reportedly said in his acceptance speech.
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No, Affirmative Action Has Not Made Asian-Americans The 'New Jews'
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I literally wrote the book on the subject.
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Deborah Ramirez: Senators' Actions Make Me 'Feel Like I’m Right Back At Yale’
The second woman to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct released a searing statement ahead of his confirmation vote.
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