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John Hrabe: Harvard University or Community College? Why the Choice Isn't As Crazy As It Sounds

Across the country, high school seniors are compiling pro/con lists to resolve the first big decision of their lives. Few of these dilemmas will come down to a choice between Harvard and community college. They should.
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