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Michael Wang has closely followed the trial over admissions at Harvard University, hoping it will change the college application process for future generations of Asian-American students.

“There are legacy admissions at Harvard that limit admission of minority students, there [is] athlete recruitment.

Currently, Asian-American students, who represent about 5% of public high school students, make up 22.9% of Harvard’s freshman class.

The opposite is true for white and Asian-American students.

That’s something Harvard students and alumni are already pushing to change on their own campus.

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