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CreditCreditTristan Spinski for The New York Times By Anemona Hartocollis Dec 20, The two sides in a case accusing Harvard of discriminating against Asian-American applicants have submitted documents to the court that try to synthesize the evidence and testimony for the judge ahead of her ruling. The briefs — 82 pages from Harvard and 86 pages from the plaintiffs, Students for Fair Admissions — were filed on Wednesday in Federal District Court in Boston after a high-profile trial in October and November. The basic claim by the plaintiffs, a group representing Asian-American students rejected by Harvard, is that the university has systematically discriminated against Asian-Americans by holding them to a higher standard than other applicants. Harvard argues that in trying to compose a diverse class, it considers each applicant as an individual and does not discriminate.
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