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This is the sixth post in a continuing series about a high school senior attempting to navigate through the college admissions process.

'We could not create a more complicated, convoluted, cumbersome, and inefficient method of determining which students go where for college if we tried.'

A high school senior talks about finding colleges where she feels she can belong.

Practical advice from a parent who has been through it.

Second installment of occasional series about a high school senior applying to college.

Why proxies developed by liberals to approximate affirmative action don't really work.

'Think of how different the school years of all kids – rich and poor -- would be if education were aligned with life, instead of tailored to the needs of Princeton statisticians.'

A college admissions counselor takes on the critics.

Enrolling low-income students should not become some kind of selective higher education "Hunger Games."

He's going to a non-degree program at Clemson.

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