The Kyle Kashuv-Harvard controversy, explained

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... outcome of his application directly touches on the raging culture war surrounding politics on college campuses, things are different — which is why Harvard's decision to rescind admission to a young man named Kyle Kashuv got national attention Monday.

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Harvard rechaza a estudiante de Parkland por comentarios ofensivos

1 year ago by Univision (Comunicado de prensa)

El estudiante Kyle Kashuv, recién graduado de Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School en Parkland, Florida, anunció a través de sus redes sociales la decisión de la Universidad de Harvard de rechazar su solicitud de ingreso por una serie de comentarios ...

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Harvard rechaza a estudiante de Parkland por comentarios ofensivos
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Parkland shooting survivor says Harvard rescinded his admission over racial slurs he made two years ago

1 year ago by CNN

Kyle Kashuv disclosed the rescinding Monday in a Twitter thread, acknowledging that he and classmates, then 16, made "abhorrent racial slurs" in digital messages almost two years ago "in an effort to be as extreme and shocking as possible." He wrote an ...

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Parkland shooting survivor says Harvard rescinded his admission over racial slurs he made two years ago
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Harvard Rescinds Parkland Survivor Kyle Kashuv's Admission

1 year ago by Boston magazine

Kyle Kashuv, a survivor of the 2018 shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High, will not join classmates David Hogg and Jaclyn Corin at Harvard in the fall. Kashuv, 18, took to his Twitter account today to announce that his acceptance has been rescinded ...

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Parkland Shooting Survivor Kyle Kashuv Says Harvard Rescinded Admission Over Past Racial Slurs

1 year ago by CBS Boston

(CNN) — A Parkland shooting survivor and pro-Second Amendment activist said Harvard University rescinded his acceptance as a result of racist remarks he made before the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. Kyle Kashuv ...

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Parkland Shooting Survivor Kyle Kashuv Says Harvard Rescinded Admission Over Past Racial Slurs
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Harvard rescinds Kyle Kashuv's acceptance over years-old 'idiotic' messages

1 year ago by Washington Examiner

After Kashuv's old messages leaked online, Harvard received numerous calls to rescind Kashuv's acceptance to the university. The university contacted Kashuv asking for a written explanation for the messages. Kashuv replied, again expressing regret at his ...

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Harvard rescinds Kyle Kashuv's acceptance over years-old 'idiotic' messages
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A Pro-Gun Parkland Shooting Survivor Had His Harvard Admission Revoked Over Racist Remarks

1 year ago by BuzzFeed News

Kyle Kashuv, 18, apologized in May after screenshots surfaced showing his repeated use of the n-word in a Google Docs document a few months before the deadly shooting at his school. According to the screenshots, which were obtained by HuffPost, ...

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A Pro-Gun Parkland Shooting Survivor Had His Harvard Admission Revoked Over Racist Remarks
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Harvard Pulls Pro-Gun Parkland Survivor Kyle Kashuv's Admission Over Racial Slurs

1 year ago by Daily Beast

Harvard University has revoked the admission of conservative pundit and Parkland shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv over racial slurs he made in messages that surfaced online last month. Kashuv, who rose to fame on the right as a vocally pro-gun survivor of ...

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Harvard Pulls Pro-Gun Parkland Survivor Kyle Kashuv's Admission Over Racial Slurs
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Harvard rescinds offer to Kyle Kashuv, pro-Second Amendment Parkland survivor, due to past remarks, he says

1 year ago by Fox News

Kyle Kashuv, the conservative Parkland shooting survivor and pro-Second Amendment activist, says Harvard rescinded his admission after the recent resurfacing of years old remarks he called "offensive," "idiotic" and "inflammatory" but composed before the ...

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Harvard rescinds offer to Kyle Kashuv, pro-Second Amendment Parkland survivor, due to past remarks, he says
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Harvard Rescinds Admission for Parkland Shooting Survivor Kyle Kashuv Over Past Racist Comments

1 year ago by Newsweek

Harvard appears to have reversed its decision to accept pro-gun rights Parkland school shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv into its Class of 2023 over racist comments the teenager made in the months before the February 2018 shooting. In a Twitter thread on ...

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Harvard Rescinds Admission for Parkland Shooting Survivor Kyle Kashuv Over Past Racist Comments
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Harvard rescinds admission to Parkland survivor Kyle Kashuv over past comments

1 year ago by The Hill

A survivor of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting said Monday that Harvard University has rescinded his acceptance after recently surfaced screenshots showed him using racial slurs a few months before the 2018 massacre in Parkland, Fla.

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Harvard rescinds admission to Parkland survivor Kyle Kashuv over past comments
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Harvard's Drastic Decision

1 year ago by The Atlantic

In March, Kyle Kashuv got the news he'd been waiting for: He'd been admitted to Harvard. The Parkland-shooting survivor, who had become a conservative rising star, had spent his senior year as a school-safety and gun-rights activist, traveling the country as ...

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Parkland Survivor Kyle Kashuv Was Going to Harvard. Then His Old Messages with Racial Slurs Surfaced.

1 year ago by VICE News

Kyle Kashuv, the lone conservative voice among the Parkland shooting survivors turned activists, was booted from Harvard before he could even step foot on campus. The elite university pulled his acceptance after it became clear he'd used racial slurs in high ...

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Parkland Survivor Kyle Kashuv Was Going to Harvard. Then His Old Messages with Racial Slurs Surfaced.