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What does it take as a student to change lives? Q&A with Ashita Dhadda

Prosthetics for Change, founder CEO Ashita Dhadda, a junior at Dwight Morrow High School scored a Google grant to mobilize funds for Jaipur Foot

How Elite U.S. Colleges Are Keeping the Asian Invasion at Bay

Asian overachievers may be rejected by Harvard in droves because top U.S. schools 'sculpt' the class with race and gender quotas in mind.

Dean Rakesh Khurana Defends Wealthy Student Body During High Stakes Harvard Admissions Trial

At stake is whether Harvard discriminates against Asian applicants, placing caps on the number of Asians it will admit to ensure the elite school is not over run by high-scoring Asians.

University of Chicago no longer requires ACT and SAT scores

The Washington Post said the decision cracks what had been an “enduring wall of support” for the tests among the two dozen most prestigious research universities.

Anti-Asian Bias Complaint Against Harvard Tossed Out

The U.S. Education Department threw out the complaint because similar concerns were the focal point of a federal lawsuit.

Harvard Admissions: Do Asian Students Get a Raw Deal?

Evidence shows Indian, Chinese, Pakistani students are held to far higher standards to limit Asian enrollment, but Harvard denies using quotas.

Harvard Wants You if You Have Grit and Humor

A high-stakes anti-Asian bias case against Harvard is providing a rare glimpse into the secretive selection process at the elite university

US Justice Department says Harvard admissions ′may be infected with racial bias′

The Justice Department sided with the Students for Fair Admissions which brought the high-profile lawsuit against Harvard University

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