Harvard freshmen's ouster over posts draws broad response

Harvard freshmen's ouster over posts draws broad responseLAS VEGAS (AP) — Few college-bound kids lose their shot, and their slot, at their dream school once they get in, but it happened at one of the world's most elite institutions and for a reason that has, until recently, hardly registered in the university admissions process: social media.


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