Reece Johnson is the editorial director for news and data. He writes about the future of work and higher education, student political activism, and expanding educational opportunities. Reece holds a master's degree from Columbia University and a bachelor's degree from the University of Washington. His work has been cited by The New York Times, The New Yorker, Forbes, MSNBC, CNBC, Bloomberg, and Brookings.
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When Do College Decisions Come Out?
While college decision timelines depend on a number of variables, most students who apply in the fall can expect college decisions by mid-March to early April.
Why the Supreme Court Can’t Fully Prevent Race-Conscious Admissions
Minority students can receive some benefits in selective admissions, though race is never the sole factor guiding decisions.
Students for Affirmative Action Rally in Washington, D.C.
Groups of students from UNC-Chapel Hill, Yale, and Harvard join forces at the U.S. Supreme Court for oral arguments in the two cases centered around race-conscious admissions.
4 Takeaways From the Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action Hearing
Supreme Court justices listened to arguments regarding two affirmative action cases involving UNC and Harvard.