Princeton University, facing a lawsuit over racial discrimination in college admissions of Asian-Americans, is suing to keep their admissions data private.
George Washington University law professor John Banzhaf worried that this affirmative action ruling will lead to the profiling of Muslim students, after the Supreme Court ruled the University of Texas’s race-based admissions rules were constitutional.
It appears that the highest court in the land ruled in favor for quotas for everyone that isn’t non-white.
From the College Fix: Criticism of diversity quotas is coming from an odd place: an editor of a Canadian newsweekly. The University of Manitoba is set to institute a quota system that reserves 45 percent of…
One good take by the Washington Examiner on the Harvard University admissions controversy, where Asian-Americans are suing the university for requiring better scores by Asian-American applicants compared to other races.