Harvard Morons: 43% of White Students Admitted as ‘Affirmative Action’ for the Rich

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Guardian: Ever wondered what it takes to get into Harvard? Stellar grades, impressive extracurriculars and based on a recently published study, having deep pockets and a parent who either works or went there. Those last two are pretty important for Harvard’s white students because only about 57% of them were admitted to the school based on merit.

In reality, 43% of Harvard’s white students are either recruited athletes, legacy students, on the dean’s interest list (meaning their parents have donated to the school) or children of faculty and staff (students admitted based on these criteria are referred to as ‘ALDCs’, which stands for ‘athletes’, ‘legacies’, ‘dean’s interest list’ and ‘children’ of Harvard employees). The kicker? Roughly three-quarters of these applicants would have been rejected if it weren’t for having rich or Harvard-connected parents or being an athlete.

Here’s the thing– Harvard is insanely competitive. The admittance rate for the class of 2025 was 3.43%, the lowest rate in the school’s history, in a year that saw an unprecedented surge in applications. But as more and more comes to light about Harvard’s admissions process, it’s clear that the school’s competitiveness is not just based on academic strength or great test scores, but also whether or not your parents or grandparents have donated significantly to the school.

This dynamic is inherently racialized, with almost 70% of all legacy applicants at Harvard being white. According to the study, a white person’s chances of being admitted increased seven times if they had family who donated to Harvard. Meanwhile in stark contrast, African American, Asian American and Hispanic students make up less than 16% of ALDC students.  Read more…




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    The best current literature in the US is Robin Wall Kimmerer’s Braiding Sweetgrass, which takes people into indigenous traditions with plants and the amalgamation of intercontinental beliefs with modern botany.
    Then , we must notice, the song and verb and music of whatever feminine source one can find. There it is already done. There is no them and us, and it just oozes unity. We are going to the Star Wars bar, and it doesn’t matter what anyone thinks. Cling to the shore or go with the current, your choice.

  2. University of Wisconsin, 1966, in-state tuition – $65 per semester. That was a time when the powers that be really wanted working class kids to go to college and make something of themselves. Today, not so much…

    • Used to be automatic admission to UW for any Wisconsin high school graduate. About 1/4 did not make it past the first semester.

    • I was smart enough to eventually get 3 degrees that enabled me to become a Special Ed teacher instead of killing innocent Vietnamese.

    • University finance: Get 4,000 to produce 200. The 3,800 pay for the 200.

      This transcends directly to the next level. Predatory capitalism.

    • Someone once said “life’s not fair.”
      That’s true as long as “any” mortal man is involved in calling the shots.
      There’s none of us who could make everyone happy.
      And no matter how hard any of us has worked, there would always be cases where someone else could say we had an advantage over them, and that it’s just not fair.

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