"What would you do over, and why?"
Asian-American students are the new face of legal challenges to affirmative action in college admissions, but their views on the subject are anything but simple.
A federal complaint filed this month claims Harvard's admissions system discriminates against Asian applicants. It came as little surprise to the professionals specialized in getting kids into college.
"I regret to inform you that I am unable to accept your refusal to offer me admission into the Fall 2015 freshman class at Duke."
In a drab basement of the Yale admissions office, I sat before a manila folder. Inside were the mostly dull, occasionally wrong, sometimes informative papers that documented my admissions process.
In January, a student group at Stanford University published details on how to access your college admissions files. Now some of the country's most selective schools are choosing to destroy the documents.
A group of Stanford students have found a way to crack open the secretive world of elite college admissions.
"I forged my parents' signature on my college application." Based on anonymous Whisper posts.
Bring on the stress tears.
Because where you spend these four (or more) years of your life is a pretty big deal.
These corgis are going to college! "YOU GUYS I GOT INTO MY TOP SCHOOL! #IvyLeague #Barkmouth2017"
"Money won't guarantee you a spot unless you've donated tens of millions of dollars. You pretty much need to have your name on a building."