Unbeknownst to many of us college students, College Board test takers have used technology to jump leagues ahead on our most important college preparation test by cheating. Peter Wayner's book “Sneak Attack” enters the world of these high school geeks. Taking a conversation with a Brooklyn Science grad, as well as many other technical sources, Wayner exposes the simple fact that “anyone could cheat on the SAT”.
Students from Harvard and across the nation flocked to campus this weekend to discuss China’s role in the world as part of the annual Harvard China Forum.
Is Stanford just another Californian fad? Let's take a look at the qualities that led to the university's meteoric rise.
"Nothing is ever impossible; shoot for the moon because even if you miss, you will land on the shuttle."
Recent data published and analyzed by the Chronicle of Higher Education reveals that the revolution is set to continue, and that the Harvard Class of 2035, as well as other college classes across the United States, will change dramatically in the coming decades.
Season two of Netflix’s hit series “House of Cards” is about 11 hours long. What did Harvard students give up to binge-watch the entire series last week? Flyby has compiled a list of the things Harvard students gave up and which “House of Cards” character would do the same.