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Willing To Do Difficult Things

Recently, Jake Miller and I wrote two articles that were simultaneously published, entitled “What Frustrates Me About Non-Public Schools” and “What Bothers Me About Public Schools,” respectively.   Many comments were made on both of these articles, the theme of most being in agreement with a majority of the issues listed in both arenas. My question […]

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A Blind Eye to Color: The Future of Affirmative Action in U.S. Colleges and Universities

Most colleges and universities in the U.S. seek to provide an educational environment where students, faculty, and staff share their experiences and learn from one another. The first gatekeeper of learning utopia is the Office of Admissions at the university level. Admissions officers are charged with the important task of selecting the right students to […]