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.
Topic: The Harvard Crimson
Of course, they claim it isn’t.
The elites sure are taking center stage in the SFFA v. Harvard case.
He hasn’t been there for a while but the school is still paying off claims on his work.
Uh-oh, this is criticism coming from inside the university.
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.
As the court case involving Students For Fair Admissions and Harvard draws to a close, the Ivy League university is revising it’s guidelines on admissions questions.
And to make it even worse, the first one involves a lawsuit.
The internal documents dripping out of Harvard in its case against Students for Fair Admissions does not paint a pretty institutional image of the Ivy League colossus.
No matter how the judge rules in the lawsuit brought by Students for Fair Admissions against Harvard, the case is already a public relations nightmare for the university — on its own campus. The Harvard…