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Harvard, Stanford, And The Imagined Boundaries Among Elite Colleges

by theatlantic.com posted 1week ago 16 views
Princeton is academically rigorous, but too exclusive and hierarchical. MIT has brilliant students, but it’s socially unpleasant. : There’s a deeper meaning behind the us-and-them boundaries drawn by attendees of highly selective schools. Princeton is academically rigorous, but too exclusive and hierarchical. MIT has brilliant students, but it’s socially unpleasant. The University of Pennsylvania is altogether too career-minded. These are some of the opinions that researchers heard when they asked 56 Harvard and Stanford students—most of them still in school, some of them recent graduates—which colleges they applied to and how they decided which one to attend.

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