When LGBTQ activists camp out in high schools.
The entire Ivy League has declared its brotherhood with Harvard as it battles Asian-Americans alleging discrimination, and it sounds suspiciously as though they are trying to cloak their opposition to Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) as a defense of diversity.
In filing an amicus, or friend of the court, brief, the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) may be putting itself on the opposite side of Asian-Americans alleging discrimination at Harvard.
The National Association of Scholars (NAS) has filed an amicus or friend of the court brief on behalf of the Asian-Americans alleging discrimination at Harvard.
Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA), which is arguing in a lawsuit that it does, are pointing to findings from Harvard’s own Office of Institutional Research (OIR) which calculate that based on grades alone, Asian-Americans could make up nearly half the student body at the Ivy League institution.
Khalil Muhammed– a Harvard University professor teaching classes on history, race and public policy– recently criticized President Donald Trump for stirring up race-based anger in America.
Harvard’s Class of 2003 doesn’t think much of one of its classmates – the one who works for President Trump.
Apparently they missed the part that goes “regardless of race, creed or color.”
The old joke is that those who can’t do teach, and Washington Post columnist E. J. Dionne has been teaching his brains out.
We lost two sages.