Harvard University

Harvard files motion backing student testimony at trial

September 21, 2018
Harvard filed a response on Sept. 14 supporting a motion from students and from alumni and student organizations seeking to be heard during testimony in the admissions suit set to go to trial in October.

Janet Yellen sides with Harvard in admissions bias case - Boston Globe

September 5, 2018
Janet Yellen, the former chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, allied herself with Harvard University on Wednesday, becoming the most high-profile economist to defend the Ivy League school’s position that it does not discriminate against Asian-American applicants.

A new skirmish in Harvard admissions case - Boston Globe

August 17, 2018
Minority student and alumni groups at Harvard University are pushing back against what they consider an attempt to exclude their perspective from a lawsuit that seeks to eliminate race as a consideration in admissions...
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Learning from Difference

June 28, 2018
Diverse campus informs, inspires, and challenges students in and out of the classroom, Harvard leaders say.

Documents released in admissions lawsuit

June 17, 2018
Documents detailing admissions processes were made public on Friday in federal district court in Boston as part of a lawsuit targeting Harvard University’s consideration of race in its College admissions. Both sides filed motions requesting an immediate ruling in the case, which is tentatively set to go to trial in October.
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