A Texas-based group alleges the venerable Harvard Law Review discriminates.
Discrimination Data You Haven’t Seen
And might never have but for two independent-minded economists–Walter Williams and Thomas Sowell
Wisconsin University, after being Sued, Stops Discriminating against Catholic Students
A public university in Wisconsin, the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, has agreed to stop discrimination against Catholic students and credits for religious education programs.
University of Rochester Student Leaders: Single-Sex Clubs are Potentially Discriminatory
Will single-sex clubs be done away with, sooner or later? It could be a trend, as University of Rochester student leaders ruled they could be discriminatory.
California Lawmaker Sees Controversial Part of Discrimination Bill Removed
Religious colleges are now temporarily spared in California from potential lawsuits, which could’ve been made possible had a specific provision of a proposed bill had been kept in the bill: Following heavy opposition from a…
Boston University Law Professor Claims Microaggressions can be Discriminatory
Ronald Wheeler of Boston University’s law school claimed in a law journal article that microaggressions can be disciminatory in nature. You can read his bio here.
Christian Colleges Could Suffer Under California Bill on Discrimination
California could become hostile to Christian colleges really soon: The bill targets colleges that seek religious exemptions from federal Title IX provisions, which is the federal law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex in…
California Board of Regents Condemn Anti-Semitism, Include it in Discrimination Policies
That’s a big move for the University of California system; good for them to recognize the growing anti-Semitism on their college campuses and counter it. Photo by Herkko Hietanen
Candidates Running for Harvard Board Pledge Free Tuition for Asian-Americans after Affirmative Action Lawsuit
A conservative is sponsoring the slate of five candidates for the Harvard Board of Overseers: An “outsider” slate running for Harvard’s Board of Overseers is pledging to end tuition for undergraduates as well as treat…
FAA Hit with Lawsuit over Diversity-over-Quality Emphasis in Application and Hiring Processes
Mysteriously, qualified applicants were suddenly ruled ineligible in the FAA hiring process. Turns out that administrators in the FAA were gaming the system to get more diverse applicants in, even helping some applicants pass tests…