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5 takeaways from the Harvard Admissions Ruling

"Racial alternatives" are not enough. The judge accepted Harvard's argument that it had sufficiently investigated and exhausted the race-neutral ways of preserving diversity on campus. Some racially neutral alternatives, such as admitting only students at the top of their class, are simply not practical, the judge said. To allow each applicant with a perfect grade point average, Harvard would have …

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Harvard does not discriminate against Asians on admission, judges the judge

A federal judge dismissed allegations on Tuesday that Harvard deliberately discriminated against Asian-American applicants in a closely watched case that has been one of the biggest legal challenges for years of positive action. The lawsuit against the university came from a group hoping to topple a long-standing precedent at the Supreme Court, which considers the breed a factor among many …

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The moon could serve as a "fishing net" for extraterrestrial life, says the Harvard scientist

Alien life could be hidden on the moon, acting like a "fishing net" to capture interstellar objects, says the Harvard scientist. A Harvard scientist says our own moon could contain clues to extraterrestrial life Object may have embedded space-based clues The lunar surface would likely contain these clues for billions of years, he says. By James Pero For Dailymail.com Published: …

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Alien Life: Moon Fishing Net for Extraterrestrial Evidence, Harvard Astronomers | Science | news

The Moon could be the most efficient method of obtaining evidence of alien life, as suggested by a groundbreaking new scientific publication. The Harvard astronomers Professor Abraham Loeb and Manasvi Lingam propose in a new article, how the lunar surface could act as a "fishing net" for interstellar objects. Such objects from outside our solar system could accumulate over time …

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Harvard scientists have found a better way to 3D print organs

The team was successful in producing heart tissue that could synchronize over a seven-day period. In a video demonstration, the team showed how hundreds of thousands of organ building blocks were made from stem cells. They then compacted the stem cells into a mold. Then, using embedded 3D printing, they quickly structured the sacrificial ink in the matrix. The sacrificial …

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The 17-year-old Palestinian student who was prevented from entering the US arrives at Harvard

Ismail Ajjawi, a 17-year-old Palestinian student living in Lebanon and allegedly banned from entering the US for his friends' social media contributions, arrived at Harvard University on Monday to meet his college students. Journey to begin. The Harvard Crimson reported. "The last ten days have been difficult and full of fears, but we are very grateful for the thousands of …

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Harvard student previously submitted to US is now on campus for classes

The US Customs and Border Protection said earlier that Ismail Ajjawi was "inadmissible to the United States based on information discovered during the CBP inspection." CNN has reached the Agency for an update what happened resolved. In a statement, Ajjawi's attorney Albert Mokhiber called it "a classic sad tale with an exceptionally unique happy ending." He thanked Harvard, the nonprofit …

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Palestinian Harvard newbie, 17, is said to have banned entry into the US because of his friends' social media contributions

Ismail Ajjawi, a 17-year-old Palestinian student living in Lebanon, had big plans to study medicine at Harvard University this fall. After landing at Logan International Airport in Boston on Friday, he refused entry to the US. This was announced this week by representatives of the University and the Associated Press. The undergraduate said the rejection had to do with politically …

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According to Harvard Freshman, he was denied entry to the US due to social media contributions from friends

Ismail Ajjawi made headlines in Lebanon as a 14-year-old growing up in a dilapidated camp for Palestinian refugees – as one of the top scorers in the country's primary school examinations. This year he graduated from high school and received a full scholarship at Harvard University. He secured a student visa and in the dream of becoming a surgeon had …

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Incoming Harvard newcomer denied entry by immigration officials

"The University is working closely with the student's family and the relevant authorities to solve this problem so that he can join his classmates in the coming days," Harvard spokesman Jason Newton wrote in an e-mail at CNN. US Customs and Border Patrol confirmed to CNN that Ajjawi had been rejected at the border – but refused any information. "This …

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