Why Affirmative Action Is Good

Affirmative action is a flawed system, but it creates a fairer playing field for minorities and helps foster American meritocracy. While we’ve done it quite a few times over the last few days, we’ll continue defending Affirmative Action today. “The Washington Post” published an excellent editorial today, authored by Julia … 

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Affirmative Action Cases

In another indication of the eyeballs that will be closely watching the Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin lawsuit, Harvard University recently filed a motion to delay a lawsuit brought against the school. And why? Because the university feels that the lawsuit brought against Harvard, one filed in November … 

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Supreme Court Admissions Case

We thought we’d dissect the Supreme Court admissions case a bit more for our readers since it was a very important decision reached this week that has an impact on the world of highly selective college admissions. Affirmative Action — the consideration of race as a factor in college admission … 

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Affirmative Action Case

The Supreme Court of the United States of America has voted on the latest affirmative action case before the highest court in the land. With a 7-1 vote, the Supreme Court told an appeals court that their precedent was misinterpreted with respect to reviewing the affirmative action policy at the … 

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