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Closing Arguments in the Harvard Case

Lawyers defending and opposing affirmative action make their final pitches to judge in case that could have major impact on higher education. The debate on personal ratings of Asian American applicants could be crucial.

Fighting the Stigma About Community Colleges

One president's thesis: to recruit more students straight from high school, it's time to admit that there's an image problem. New data show the stigma issue is real among high school counselors.

Do Law Schools Need a Second Ranking From 'U.S. News'?

Some fear an emphasis on faculty publications is the last thing law schools and students need.

2 More Universities Go Test Optional

Creighton and Ferris State are the latest.

The Week in Admissions News

The value of liberal arts colleges; finances at Franklin & Marshall; recruiting students.

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