Legacy Admissions Offer An Advantage — And Not Just At Schools Like Harvard

Legacy students raise hands in the spotlight of auditorium

The practice dates back to the 1920s, when a new cohort of students — many of them Jewish and/or immigrants — were vying for space at American universities.

(Image credit: Sara Ariel Wong for NPR)

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