Harvard Rescinds Admission For Kyle Kashuv For Saying The N-Word At Age 16

Chris Menahan
Jun. 17, 2019

Parkland student Kyle Kashuv said Monday that Harvard rescinded his admission due to some leaked chats of him using the n-word when he was 16.

From Fox News:
The 18-year-old revealed the rescindment on Twitter Monday -- along with screenshots of letters that appeared to be written on Harvard letterhead. He also detailedthe steps he says hetook to "right this wrong" with the Ivy League school, which he said he'd planned to attend in 2020 after taking a gap year.

Harvard officials told Fox News they don't publicly comment on the individual admission status of applications, but Kashuv posted what he said was theletter Harvard sent him,dated June 3.

"The Admissions Committee has discussed at length your account of the communications about which we asked, and we appreciated your candor and your expressions or regret for sending them," the letter read. "As you know the Committee takes seriously the qualities of maturity and moral character. After careful considerationthe Committee voted to rescind your admission to Harvard College."

[...] Once he received his rescindment, Kashuv said he asked for an in-person meeting to discuss what had happened, which he said Harvard declined.
Kashuv's misdeed was spamming the n-word during a group chat with other students two years ago.

As a reminder, David Hogg was accepted into Harvard last year with a 1270 SAT score as was Jazz Jennings.

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