Princeton University, facing a lawsuit over racial discrimination in college admissions of Asian-Americans, is suing to keep their admissions data private.
Topic: race-based admissions
Arkansas Turns Over Admissions Data, Loses Challenge from Professor
Update from Campus Reform indicated that law professor Robert Steinbuch will receive race-based admissions data for research purposes, which he fought in court for at least a year.
After SCOTUS Ruling on Affirmative Action, Law Professor Worries Muslim Students will be Discriminated Against
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.
SCOTUS Sides with University of Texas in Race-Based Admissions
It appears that the highest court in the land ruled in favor for quotas for everyone that isn’t non-white.
Arkansas Law School Won’t Give Race-Based Admissions Data to Professor due to Possible “Harm”
Sounds like the university’s law school is trying to avoid transparency and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests: Without waiting for the courts to rule in a pending FOIA lawsuit from a professor seeking…
Arkansas Law Professor says University is Trying to Make Him Pay for Their Mistakes
Dr. Robert Steinbuch has been trying to get his hands on data to look at the race-based admissions data from the university, which the university redacted portions of it. This has been ongoing since 2013,…
Arkansas is Stonewalling a Professor on Admissions Data
Campus Reform reported: A University of Arkansas at Little Rock law professor is suing the school for withholding public data that he claims will show that race-based admissions policies are a disservice to minority students….
Fisher v. UT-Austin: Discrimination Run Amok?
The issue of affirmative action may soon find itself again before the Supreme Court of the United States. Court watchers will remember that it was just recently (a little more than a year ago) that…