Harvard free tuition push

Saul, Stephanie
January 2016
Telegraph (Calcutta, India);1/16/2016, p2
The article focuses on the concerns of slate of candidates who demanded free tuition fee of the Harvard University after increased endowment funds through the "Free Harvard, Fair Harvard" campaign and mentions balance in racial or ethnic diversity of the University.


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