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A set of quadruplet brothers, who go to high school outside Cincinnati, have been accepted by Harvard and Yale, among other top schools. And because the Wade quads, from Lakota East High School, all wrote about being part of a multiple birth, they may have helped themselves get into the Ivies. https://twitter.com/keithboykin/status/849592329728131072 According to the New York […]

Michelle Obama wrote Yara Shahidi's recommendations for all four colleges she applied to—including her top choice Harvard, where Mrs. Obama attended Law School.

ImeIme Umana made history when she was elected the first Black female president of the Harvard Law Review—its 131st leader.

A new study from Drexel University says that Black people are 2.8 and 1.7 times more likely to die during encounters with police than White people and Hispanics, respectively.

What may not have been a traditional graduation speech has now captured the heart and souls of many.

Yale University said it would continue to name a residential college after John C. Calhoun, a 19th century slavery defender. University officials decided, however, to stop addressing residential faculty as masters.

Harvard University's president acknowledges the school's complicity in slavery. She will unveil a plaque honoring four slaves who lived and worked on the campus.

Harvard agreed with a committee's recommendation to replace the law school's shield, which incorporates a slave-owning family's crest. A student movement, strengthened by a racial incident, pressured the University's governing body to make the change.

Harvard agreed with a committee's recommendation to replace the law school's shield, which incorporates a slave-owning family's crest. A student movement, strengthened by a racial incident, pressured the University's governing body to make the change.

Harvard appoints first African-American faculty dean. This comes on the heels of a medical school student petition calling demanding diversity.

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  By Tim Jarvis O, The Oprah Magazine The theory that everyone on the planet is only a half dozen people away from knowing everyone else was popularized by John Guare’s 1993 movie Six Degrees of Separation. Now research by a pair of social scientists might have Hollywood thinking of a sequel: Three Degrees of […]