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7 immature adults went clandestine as high-school students and found that life as a teen currently is zero like they remember

Shane Feldman on the documentary series “Undercover High.” Most people wouldn’t brave relive their high-school experiences, but seven immature adults did for the show. AE Seven immature adults went clandestine as students at a Kansas high school for the documentary series “Undercover High.” The volunteers, ages 21 to 26, done …

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3 books Stanford asks every new tyro to read

Stanford thinks every new tyro should review 3 books before they arrive on campus.AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez Stanford administrators have the “Three Books” program any summer. It includes 3 suggested books to review over the summer to consider about formidable issues. The book suggestions are for new students and the …

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Winter acceptance rates at Harvard, Yale, and Princeton are aloft than in the open — here’s because it seems easier for early field to get in

It’s scarcely 3 times easier to get into Harvard if you request early. Maddie Meyer/Getty Images Early admissions decisions in the Ivy League are announced in December. The acceptance rate is distant aloft during the early admissions turn in the winter than the unchanging decision announcements in the spring. College …

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