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March 28 is “Ivy Day,” when the nation’s top schools release long-awaited admissions decisions.

A fascination with the eight private colleges that comprise the Ivy League spans decades. It is only now, some say, that students are taking a more skeptical view.

Applications for early admission at Harvard University took a sharp nosedive last fall amid multiple incidents of antisemitism on campus while backlash ensued over Harvard President Claudine Gay’s congressional testimony, which contributed to her resignation.

Yet, just weeks later, Harvard was named the ultimate “dream” school, according to a Princeton Review survey of college-bound students.

“Right now, a lot of students are still aiming for these top-tier, name-brand schools. But they really have these love-hate relationships with [colleges in the Ivy League] because they make the process so confusing and chaotic,” said Christopher Rim, president and CEO of Command Education.

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