Anemona Hartocollis National Correspondent
  • New York
  • The New York Times

Anemona Hartocollis is a national correspondent for The New York Times, covering higher education.

56 Articles
17 days ago
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Georgetown and Columbia Law Schools Withdraw From U.S. News Rankings

Three schools joined Yale and Harvard’s rebellion against U.S. News. And the bar association will no longer require s...

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19 days ago
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Cancer, My Husband’s Doctor, and Catherine Deneuve

Watching his oncologist onscreen, I finally saw our lives more fully.

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19 days ago
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Yale Law School Withdraws From the U.S. News Rankings

The school has consistently ranked No. 1 for the last 30 years, but its dean said the ratings had a “misguided” focus...

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about 1 month ago
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What Is the History Behind Affirmative Action?

John F. Kennedy was the first president to link the term specifically with a policy meant to advance racial equality

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about 1 month ago
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How Will College Admissions Change if Affirmative Action is Overturned?

Two “race-neutral alternatives” are frequently proposed: a search for socioeconomic diversity, which is often a proxy...

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about 2 months ago
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MIT Names Dr. Sally Kornbluth of Duke as New President

Sally Kornbluth, a cell biologist, is the second woman to lead the university. The provost, chancellor, dean of scien...

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3 months ago
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New Trial Is Ordered for Water Polo Coach Convicted in U.S.C. Scandal

Jovan Vavic, who was convicted on bribery and fraud, won a striking victory after a string of guilty verdicts and gui...

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3 months ago
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Columbia University Drops From No. 2 to No. 18 in U.S. News Rankings

The change comes about eight months after a Columbia math professor accused the university of fudging some statistics...

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3 months ago
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As Harvard Makes Amends for Its Ties to Slavery, Descendants Ask, What Is Owed?

A woman who whose lived in the shadows of Harvard, discovers, at 80, that her enslaved ancestors had links to the uni...

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3 months ago
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Oberlin Says It Will Pay $36.59 Million to a Local Bakery

Gibson’s Bakery said the liberal arts college had falsely accused it of racism after a Black student was caught shopl...

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3 months ago
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The First A.P. African-American Studies Class is Coming This Fall

The new course will undergo a pilot program in 60 schools, as the debate over how to teach history becomes ever more ...

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10 months ago
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After Sexual Harassment Lawsuit, Critics Attack Harvard’s Release of Therapy Records

The very act of making a sexual harassment claim can set off a convoluted legal procedure unfamiliar to accusers. Exp...

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