Final Days of Regular Decision

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As Early Action and Early Decision results roll in, students all over the country and world are still working hard. There are now less than two weeks to write, revise, and think about their remaining Regular Decision applications. For students who receive good Early Action news, it may feel difficult to keep up the momentum. Most Regular Decision deadlines are … Read More

Trump’s Immigration Ban Is Already Harming American Science

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In light of the unconstitutional executive order banning banning citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries—Iraq, Iran, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Libya, and Yemen—from entering America under any visa, for at least 120 days, I have been keeping a close watch on how this new order is impacting higher education students. The results so far are devastating, and I cannot overstate the impact … Read More