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The Largest Ever College Admission Prosecution: A Wake Up Call for Hardworking Students

50 individuals, including CEOs and Hollywood Stars, have been accused of involvement with a recent college admissions bribery scandal. As disclosed by United States federal prosecutors, those accused paid more than 25 million dollars to the mastermind behind t...

Affirmative Action, Harvard, and Asian-Americans. It’s Complicated.

Before we begin, it has been brought to my attention that I’m generalizing “Asian Americans.” For the purpose of this article, reference to Asian Americans includes those of primarily East Asian and Southeast Asian descent, rather than those of India, th...

Week #11 of Summer 2018: August 14 – 20

Colin Vallis ‘19 Runs in Falmouth Road Race for Charity On Sunday, August 19, 2018, Colin Vallis ...

Week #2 of Summer 2018: June 12-18

Light shining through the trees of the Bois de Jacques Forest Kenney Trip Returns Thomas McEvoy ‘1...

Athlete of The Issue: Jovan Jones ’18

As a much-anticipated matchup with rival St. Sebastian’s loomed, Senior Jovan Jones found himself ...

Athletic Recruiting at Belmont Hill: An Inside Look

In Issue 5 of Volume 66, The Panel executive board examined the culture of the “college proce...

The College Process at Belmont Hill: Campus Culture and The Counselor Perspective

In Issue 5 of Volume 66, The Panel executive board examined the culture of the “college proce...

The College Process at Belmont Hill: Recruiting in Music? A Look at the Arts Supplement

In Issue 5 of Volume 66, The Panel executive board examined the culture of the “college proce...

The College Process at Winsor: Campus Culture and The Counselor Perspective

In Issue 5 of Volume 66, The Panel executive board examined the culture of the “college proce...

Alabama Looks to Repeat as Champs in 2016 College Football Playoffs

The 2016 College football playoff matches have been set, as Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, and Washin...