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So I've come across the amazingly good fortune of having to make this choice! After sifting through some of the stuff people have said on here, I've picked up a couple generalizations:
-Yale's the go-to school for more laid-back humanities majors who specifically seek a focus on undergraduate teaching.
-Harvard is ideal for career-oriented anything-majors.
While I've read a lot of threads comparing econ and poli sci programs at both schools, I haven't been able to find any about the English department. Does anyone have advice on which school an English major (with an eventual interest in journalism, creative writing, or law) should pick?