The court’s majority has “a blinkered view of race.”
Tag Archives: Race and Universities
Racial Equality Loses at the Court, New York Times
Groups React to Supreme Court Decision Upholding Ban on Race-Based Admissions, Christian Science Monitor
“Today’s decision turns back our nation’s commitment to racial equality.”
Amid Affirmative Action Ruling, Some Data on Race and College Enrollment, Wall Street Journal
In 2012 more Hispanic than white high-school graduates went to college.
He says the decision is a “devastating blow to the civil rights community.”
Supreme Court Upholds Michigan’s Affirmative Action Ban, New York Times
Sotomayor dissents: She wants to correct the “unfortunate effects of centuries of racial discrimination.”
His speech was “postponed” because some of his work might upset non-whites.
More Latino Than White Students Admitted to UC, KABC (Los Angeles)
And more Asians than Hispanics.
A Star Player Accused, and a Flawed Rape Investigation, New York Times
But he went on to win the Heisman Trophy and the national championship.
Rapping about “racism,” no matter the topic at hand, is the new, winning style.
Yes, IQ Really Matters, Slate
And the SAT measures it.
Black who scored low on the ACT believes she was rejected due to her “morals.”
Blacks upset because Washington and Lee University honors Robert E. Lee.
The New Faces of Baseball, Sports on Earth
Not even black colleges can field a black baseball team.
The university forgot to call it “diversity.”
“Philosophical shifts” are needed to appeal to “nontraditional students.”
It might have upset the campus Muslims.
The Future of Race and Science: Regression or Revolution, Penn Arts & Sciences
Penn’s Africana Studies Department to report the latest findings on race.
“If it were a good argument, it would be an offensive one to make.”
Nigerians call American blacks “akata,” or “wild animals.”
Son of Ghanaian immigrants is ranked 11th in his graduating class.
The 146-word final essay is riddled with errors.
Police say they attacks were “flash mobs.”
Indian universities receive NASA grants to “inspire the next generation of explorers.”
California Affirmative Action Revival Bill Is Dead, Mercury News
Asians kill deal that could have brought back racial preferences.
The surveillance video reveals what we already knew.
The latest attempt at forced diversity at the University of Alabama.
In Research Involving Genome Analysis, Some See a ‘New Racism’, Chronicle of Higher Education
It has become impossible to ignore the biological basis of race.
Police: Racist Graffiti on Dorm Door Ruled Hate Crime Hoax, The College Fix
But a day-long “teach-in” on “bias incidents” will still take place.
Cesar Chavez Dedicated his Life to Fighting for American Workers, Immigration Reform
He wanted secure borders.
The Big Topic on Campus: Racial ‘Microaggressions’, New York Times
“This is racism 2.0.”
Academic programs at white universities in Maryland must be sacrificed for “diversity.”
Non-whites say the film “glamorizes” slavery.
The SAT Upgrade Is a Big Mistake, National Association of Scholars
Author claims the SAT is being dumbed down to match Common Core standards.
It will “lead to innovation.”
Are You In?, CollegeBoard
College Board wants more non-whites in AP classes.
Asians Rally Against SCA 5, Call It Revival of Affirmative Action, Pasadena Star-News
Chinese finally waking up to what “affirmative action” really means.
They wanted whites to form a separate group to discuss “white supremacy” and “white privilege.”
McDaniel College Probes ‘CMT Versus BET’ Event, CBS Baltimore
If the party had made fun only of CMT it probably would have been OK.
Unvaccinated college student brought the disease to California.
A New SAT Aims to Realign with Schoolwork, New York Times
Test makers hope to reduce the score gap between rich and poor.
Perhaps it favors the intelligent.
More black self-absorption.
Circumstances of coed’s death have been sealed for almost 18 months; no reasons given.
The NAACP calls it a “monumental day.”
They want an “exact commitment” to each “demand” on their lefty wish list.
U. Of Iowa President Sally Mason Apologizes for Remarks, KWWL (Iowa City)
She claimed there’s such a thing as “human nature.”
For once it doesn’t seem to be a hoax.
Victim of ‘Knockout Game’ Warns Others, Tells Own Story, Iowa State Daily
Blacks injured several people in drive-by-style attacks.
The Doctrine of Academic Freedom, The Crimson
Harvard senior thinks “academic freedom” should be abandoned in favor of “academic justice.”
The NAACP is certain: “It’s a racial hate crime.”