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Tag Archives: Race and Universities
China Complains SAT May Impose American Values on Its Best Students, Los Angeles Times
Alabama Sorority Sister: ‘Got No N****s!’, DiversityInc
Kicked out of her sorority for a message that was visible for only a few seconds.
57% of Asians, 49% of whites, and 11% of blacks met three or more college readiness benchmarks.
Black professor justifies her assault.
Court: Firing for Poor Performance, Not Racism, National Review
She was hired because she was black.
Among other things, “Confederate Drive” will be renamed “Chapel Lane.”
Suspect in Fatal USC Attack Entered Country Illegally, Feds Say, Los Angeles Times
A “child refugee” before it was fashionable.
Perp likely to be deported after serving sentence.
One is the opportunity for cloistered whites to meet real-world blacks.
Man who shouted slur may face charges of criminal mischief and harassment.
Madness in Madison, Pope Center
U. of Wisconsin professor lambastes his school’s new “diversity initiative.”
The “Best and the Brightest” Fallacy, Center for Immigration Studies
Yet another trick for getting into the country.
Appeals Panel Upholds Race in Admissions for University, New York Times
Texas race preferences are “narrowly tailored.”
Race in Admissions at the U. of Texas: How We Got Here, and What’s Next, Chronicle of Higher Education
The case might even go back to the Supreme Court.
Canadian prof: “It is time Whites show respect for themselves.”
School bows to black students’ “demands.”
Students Challenge Free-Speech Rules on College Campuses, Los Angeles Times
Hundreds of colleges still censor student speech.
Man known as “the education governor” was also a “white supremacist.”
University Pulls Out of ‘White Privilege Conference’, Weekly Standard
University of Colorado says conference attracted too much criticism.
Colleges and Evangelicals Collide on Bias Policy, New York Times
Grounds for permitted discrimination become even narrower.
Article says the move will “enrage” the Left.
Star basketball player hardly ever went to class, got A’s anyway.
Non-whites will test their experiments in near-zero gravity.
University College London’s Nietzsche Club Is Banned, The Daily Beast
The head of the school’s Marxist Society proposed the successful ban.
Warning: The Literary Canon Could Make Students Squirm, New York Times
Classic works would come with warnings about “racism” and “sexism.”
Another “anonymous note.”
Even they recognize their victory was “surreal.”
It’s done because of “the importance of HBCUs as a national resource.”
Public money funds white-guilt sessions.
Another assault on the past.
Activist group: “We have exciting news to share.”
Jokes between a black student and a white student created a “hostile and discriminatory environment.”
Insider’s new book on racial preferences in college admissions.
Harvard grad students: Profs must be trained to make classes “a safe place.”
Professors less likely to write back to LaToya Brown than to Brad Anderson.
UC Davis Students Protest Racially Insensitive Party, Sacramento Bee
“Cinco de Drinko” was “offensive.”
“The possibility of offending even one [student] was not worth the potential benefits of having the fundraiser.”
Three star players reportedly raped her in a moving car.
This is international news.
UCLA Cancels $3-Million Research Gift from Sterling Foundation, Los Angeles Times
Funding from a “racist” is no good for kidney research.
Character as the Basis of Privilege, The Princeton Tory
Princeton student says “I have checked my privilege. And I apologize for nothing.”
In-state illegals will receive benefits not eligible to out-of-state citizens.
Split by Affirmative Action Bill, California Democrats Weigh Next Steps, The Sacramento Bee
Asians out of step with other non-whites on racial preferences.
Getting Into the Ivies, New York Times
Since 1994, the number of places at Harvard filled by Americans has dropped by 27 percent.
He said three whites attacked him and called him an “Islamic terrorist.”
What Race Preferences Hide, Townhall
Non-white beneficiaries are often wealthy or mixed-race.
“There are so many people stacked up against you.”