College Admissions and the Search for True Value

March 19, 2015 Christopher B. Nelson

In a review of Frank Bruni’s Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be: An Antidote to the College Admission Mania, Nick Romeo takes aim at the American obsession with wealth and prestige as the driving force in the contemporary frenzy surrounding college admissions. His article in the New Republic, “It Doesn’t Matter If Your Kid Doesn’t Get Into Harvard,” takes Bruni to task

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