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Eckert: College admissions process shouldn’t be taxing

Brian Eckert February 19, 2016

In last week’s column I discussed a new project headed by Harvard Graduate School of Education titled Turning the Tide. Through this project, the supporters are attempting to relieve some of the stress...

CWRU considers dropping its need-blind admissions

Vice President for Enrollment presents idea at USG meeting
Ashley Chan, Staff Reporter November 6, 2015

Case Western Reserve University’s admissions may soon be need-blind no longer, meaning that in the future CWRU would need to consider finances along with other admissions criteria, as opposed to the...

Bischoff addresses need-aware concerns at UDC/USG forum

Anastazia Vanisko, Copy Editor November 4, 2015

On Nov. 23, 2015 Vice President of Enrollment Management Rick Bischoff addressed student and alumni concerns about the potential and controversial switch to a need-aware admissions policy. According...

CWRU considers ending use of need-blind admissions

Aneeka Ayyar, Staff Reporter April 17, 2015

For the first time in 10 years, Case Western Reserve University is considering changing the way it runs its admissions. Currently, CWRU practices need-blind admissions, but they don’t meet 100 percent...

Letter to the Editor

October 31, 2014

To the editor, In the column, "It's the system stupid" by Andrew Breland begins his article with a popular pop culture reference that has quickly turned into a classic meme: "What really grinds my gears."...

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