Instead of deciding that the Constitution does not allow governmental entities to treat people differently depending on what racial category they happen to fit into, the U. S. Supreme Court produced a marvel of ambiguity that allows racial preferences to continue, but only so long as the admissions people give the appearance of using race “individualistically” rather than just applying a quota.
Articles By: georgecleef_25
It’s the great conceit of modern liberalism that if good things are to happen, they have to be arranged by authorities.
In the great majority of courses at UNC-Chapel Hill, the average gradepoint is above 3.0 and in a few, it is 4.0, meaning that every student received an A. The question is whether that is a problem.
The University of North Carolina system is hunting for a new president. Molly C. Broad, the current president, has announced her resignation.
Paul Krugman is a columnist who never passes up an opportunity to throw jabs at those Americans whom he dislikes, a set that comprises anyone who doesn’t accept his big-government philosophy.
Just three months after his campaign to become the Vice President of the United States ended, former Senator John Edwards has been given a new job that seems designed to keep him, at least occasionally, in the public eye.
Businesses that diversify into many different markets outside of the one where they’re very good often wind up being mediocre to poor in everything. A university that succumbs to the temptation to expand into areas other than education is apt to have the same result.
Merely because a school has a big endowment and can spend lavishly doesn’t guarantee that its students learn more than at a school which has to pinch its pennies.
We don’t have to worry about our college graduation rate. We do have to worry about what happens before students get to college.
A noted scholar blasts campus “diversity” campaigns as condescending.