THE DOWNFALL OF THE SAT?

[dropcap]More [/dropcap] than 1,000 colleges and universities, including Cornell, New York University, and most recently the University of Chicago have stopped requiring the SAT and ACT for admission, becoming test-optional, according to The Atlantic. Could this be the beginning of the end of the College Board’s test dominance? Find out in this podcast by opinion staffer Asher Moss, visual senior Chris Patterson, and communications seniors Louis Dirienzo and Frank Souder.