Harvard & MIT Discriminate Against Asian-Americans

, Malcolm A. Kline, Leave a comment

Apparently they missed the part that goes “regardless of race, creed or color.”

A study from the Center for Equal Opportunity found that:

• “Caltech has no affirmative action. The number of Asian American undergraduates has
increased, quite steeply since 2000. They make up more than 40% of Caltech students

• “MIT uses race as a factor in admissions, but not legacy connections. The rise in
number of Asian Americans at MIT is halted in the 1990s. Peaking at 29%, the
percentage of Asian Americans at MIT has stalled at around 26%.

• “At Harvard, Asian Americans as a percentage of all undergraduates sharply increased
to 21%, then significantly dropped and has stayed at roughly 17%. Harvard uses race
as a factor in admissions, along with legacy connections.”