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  1. Nov 05, 2017 · I have an Op-Ed today at USA Today on the campaign by student activists at Vassar College to shut down my lecture on “hate speech” and free speech, based on fabricated claims that my appearance posed a danger to student safety. You can read these two posts for background:

  2. How to get into Harvard University According to data from Top Tier Admissions, Harvard had a record-low of 895 of 6,424 early applicants for the class of 2024. This is a 13.9 percent early acceptance rate, which is just a 0.5 percent increase from the previous year. In fact, Harvard’s acceptance rate hasn’t increased year-on-year since 2013.

  3. Aug 05, 2010 · In 1961, the average full-time student at a four-year college in the United States studied about twenty-four hours per week, while his modern counterpart puts in only fourteen hours per week....

  4. There are 5 need-blind elite schools in the US: Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Yale and Amherst. This means they do not look at your need for financial aid in the admissions process. Others such as Stanford will meet you demonstrated financial aid if you are admitted but are need-aware in admissions. Kent Aldershof

  5. May 31, 2022 · May 30—In many ways, Leonard Korir embodies the American dream. A decade ago, Korir traveled from his native Kenya to begin a collegiate track and cross country career at Iona, where he later won an indoor NCAA national championship in the 5,000 meter run and an outdoor title in the 10K. His passion to be part of American culture hardly ended there. Not only did Korir eventually gain dual ...

  6. Jul 19, 2021 · USA TODAY, Nov. 12, 2020, Election security officials: 'No evidence voting systems comprimised' USA TODAY, Jan. 7, Congress certifies Biden's electoral college win

  7. If you don't have the drive for a 4-6 year program, go into a trade skill because there is a lot of work involved in school and dropping out is not a financially sound decision :) Edit: also you don't have to go into an ivy league school that is 60k a year. There are cheap universities that aren't community colleges that offer assistance.

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