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10 things about Harvard graduates: Liberals, virgins and iPhones
Established in 1636, Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts is the oldest higher education institute in the U.S. It is regarded as one of the most prestigious universities having produced leaders in various fields, including eight of 45 US presidents, 62 living billionaires, 157 Nobel Laureates, 10 Academy Awards, and 48 Pulitzer Prized. Although the door to this prominent university is open to all ethnicities, with now the majority of the new students being non-white, only about 5% of applicants are accepted. Along with the brand reputation, its tuition is one of the highest among all higher education institutions. The university offers various grants and scholarships to maintain the diversity of the students.
So, you may wonder what those Harvard graduates are like. Were they mentally stable during their college days? Did they drink or smoke? Are they politically liberal or conservative? Where do they find their first jobs?
Enjoy reading and learn what those promising students are like.