Harvard University removed a portrait of one of its previous presidents because the university felt one of his proposals was offensive and merited his portrait’s removal.
And held a panel discussion to discuss it.
The case that Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) brought against Harvard University will likely not be decided until early next year, plenty of time for both sides to bring in outside help.
At Harvard, a Johns Hopkins professor made the case for birthright citizenship but left open the question of its Constitutionality.
Which is ironic because Harvard Law, as we’ve reported, is all in for the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
With the killing of Jamal Kashoggi, a contributor to The Washington Post, in Saudi Arabia, media outlets started churning out stories on President Trump’s past business deals with the Saudis, but have yet to examine the Arab nation’s very current economic exchanges with American colleges and universities.
The two Ivy League schools whose progeny like to lecture the rest of us about diversity have a hard time achieving it themselves but might be overlooking an obvious solution they are not predisposed to….
The California state university system faced complaints remarkably similar to the ones Harvard is facing now, and leveled by the same ethnic group.
They may rank among the lowest in numbers or percentages of any group admitted to Harvard, but they rank first in SAT scores, Attorneys for Students for Fair Admissions showed in court.
Two professors dissect America’s Foreign Policy Elite and the Decline of U.S. Primacy