Harvard University released a report Wednesday that outlines how colleges should revamp the admissions process to do three things: take the pressure down a notch, level the playing field for students across races and incomes, and promote concern for the common good. It's endorsed by 85 top institutions.
The report says that the college admissions process is contributing to a societal problem by appearing to focus more on personal success rather than concern for others and the public good.
Here's how a student can meet this new definition of achievement without stressing out:
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