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‘We have to adjust’: Roach, Mitchell star for No. 10 Duke men’s basketball 

The Duke Chronicle - Duke University - Feb 29, 2024

The author discusses Kyle Filipowski and his recent incident beign stromed by fans, an event that has ignited the latest heated debate over what fans should and should not do.


‘New flavor of standardized testing’: details on Yale’s new ‘test-flexible’ policy

Yale Daily News - Yale University - Feb 22, 2024

In an interview with the News, the admissions office explained the motivations behind its new “test-flexible” policy, which will once again mandate that applicants submit standardized test scores starting next fall — but will allow applicants to choose between submitting SAT, ACT, AP or IB scores.


The Cost of Learning: Exploring The Impact of High Textbook Prices

The Dartmouth - Dartmouth University - Feb 28, 2024

Although purchasing textbooks may not be a financial burden for all students, it can be for some. Academic success can come at a very real cost, as students face the choice between prioritizing either their academic success or financial well-being.


How does Duke’s financial aid stack up against other Triangle universities'?

The Columbia Daily Spectator - Columbia University - Feb 28, 2024

Columbia was named a Fulbright Top Producing Institution by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs for the 2023-24 academic year, with 28 total awardees, on Feb. 20.


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