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Five Craziest Harvard Stories of 2018

Over the past decade, Harvard University has become a bastion of social justice insanity — and 2018 was no different.

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Asian-American Files Complaint Against Ivy League Schools, Alleges Discrimination

In another telling hint that universities are discriminating against Asian-Americans, Michael Wang, who notched a perfect ACT score, a 2230 SAT, a 4.67 weighted grade point average and 13 Advanced Placement courses on his resume, was rejected by seven Ivy League universities and Stanford in 2013. The only Ivy League school to accept him was the University of Pennsylvania.

Wesley Saunders AP Photo Elaine Thompson

Top 100 College Basketball Players: Ivy Leaguer Moves to No. 1 While Studying

Willie Cauley-Stein (Kentucky), Delon Wright (Utah), Gary Payton (Oregon State), and Luke Fischer (Marquette) had phenomenal weeks only to have Wesley Saunders move atop the www.valueaddbasketball.com ratings while studying at Harvard instead of playing basketball the past ten days.