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Should Legacy Admissions Be Eliminated?

Legacy admissions are typically defined as the preferences given by colleges to applicants who have a relationship to alumni of the institution. They can also include preferences extended to the children of individuals who made significant donations to the college or its programs. After the Supreme Court decision banning affirmative action was announced on June 29th, I heard and read commentary that legacy admissions should be banned if affirmative action was banned.

Benefits of Higher Education | Is It Worth It?

NYU Stern marketing professor Scott Galloway’s No Mercy/No Malice blog is one of his many media forums. In an article published last week titled Super Drug, Professor Galloway talks about the benefits of higher education on people’s lives comparing higher education to a super drug for its benefits. He writes that America manufactures the drug (higher ed) at a purity no other manufacture can rival.