Stanford Acceptance vs. Harvard Rejection?

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    Right now, I'm holding a Stanford acceptance and a rejection from Harvard. While Stanford is a great school, having a Harvard rejection on my wall will open many doors down the line. How can I decide between two such obviously fine choices? Please tell me what I should do!
     

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      Originally posted by Pikayou
      Right now, I'm holding a Stanford acceptance and a rejection from Harvard. While Stanford is a great school, having a Harvard rejection on my wall will open many doors down the line. How can I decide between two such obviously fine choices? Please tell me what I should do!

      hahaha I think if I see another Harvard vs. x school thread I'm going to throw up
       
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        Originally posted by Pikayou
        Right now, I'm holding a Stanford acceptance and a rejection from Harvard. While Stanford is a great school, having a Harvard rejection on my wall will open many doors down the line. How can I decide between two such obviously fine choices? Please tell me what I should do!

        Pikayou, that's just great!
         
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