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Username Post: Where have we seen this before?        (Topic#24869)
penn nation 
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11-16-20 04:49 PM - Post#316827    

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/16/us/harvard -fenc...

 
rbg 
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Where have we seen this before?
11-16-20 05:55 PM - Post#316828    
    In response to penn nation

Does the statement from the Harvard spokesperson means that Harvard won't consider any consequences for the two sons?

- All recruited athletes at Harvard are vetted by the full admissions committee, which has roughly 40 members. However, recruited athletes are far more likely to be admitted than nonathletes with similar academic records.

Mr. Zhao’s older son graduated from Harvard in 2018, and his younger son is a senior. Asked if there would be consequences for either, a spokeswoman for Harvard, Rachael Dane, said that both “were admitted under Harvard’s whole-person admissions process,” referring to their vetting by the admissions committee and the fact that they were interviewed by either admissions officers or alumni interviewers. -

Edited by rbg on 11-16-20 05:55 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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