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How One Student Chose a College During a Pandemic

NYTimes.com Friday, 17 July 2020
Craig McFarland was accepted by all eight Ivy League schools. At first he committed to Yale, but the ongoing disruptions caused by the coronavirus caused him to change his plans.
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