Ivy League colleges have a reputation for academic excellence and people who get into them do so with hard work and lots of studies. Not anymore. Recently, Stanford University, one of the most distinguished schools in the world, admitted a student who simply wrote the same thing 100 times in his application essay.
Freedom Daily reports:
Ziad Ahmed, a senior in high school, was asked “What do you care about and why?” on his application to Stanford. Instead of giving a thought-provoking answer to the question Ahmed wrote #BlackLivesMatter” 100 times, and was admitted.
In the letter of acceptance, a Stanford representative said that everyone was “inspired” by Ahmed’s “passion, determination, accomplishments, and heart.” The representative then goes on to extend an invitation, Ahmed, to join a “diverse, joyful, and welcoming campus community.”
But how could he get away with it? Digging deeper into his background it turns out that this “inspirational” youngster is no stranger to the liberal agenda. He has pictures of himself and Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama posted all over his social media. It turns out that not only was he named one of the “Top 9 Teens Changing The World” in 2015 by MTV, he also founded a snowflake group that promises to “boldly defy stereotypes, embrace acceptance and tolerance, redefine our perspectives positively, and create an active community.”