Harvard Tries to End Long-Running Lawsuit

Harvard University is looking to wrap up litigating the long-running Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard University case. As our readers may recall, Harvard claimed a momentous victory at trial. The decision was then appealed by the anti-Affirmative Action group known as Students for Fair Admissions to the First Circuit … 

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SFFA Asks Supreme Court to Hear Case Against Harvard

In their latest salvo to outlaw Affirmative Action at our nation’s universities, the group known as Students for Fair Admissions, which lost their lawsuit against Harvard University back in 2019 and their appeal in 2020 in which they accused the school of anti-Asian American bias in its admissions process, has … 

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Harvard Wins Appeal

Back in October 2019, Harvard University claimed victory in a case in which the school was accused of discriminating against Asian American applicants in its admissions process. Back then, a federal judge declared that while Harvard’s system of evaluating applicants to the university wasn’t perfect, “the court will not dismantle … 

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Harvard Lines Up Defenders in Appeal

Back in October, Harvard University claimed victory in the Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard University case in which Harvard’s undergraduate admissions process was declared constitutional in spite of allegations the school discriminates against Asian American applicants. It was a landmark legal decision issued by Judge Allison Burroughs, but — … 

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Harvard Wins

In a seminal decision in the Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard University case, Harvard University has been declared victorious. Today, a federal judge declared Harvard’s undergraduate admissions policies to be constitutional, thereby effectively denying plaintiff’s challenge that the school discriminates against Asian American applicants in its admissions process. The … 

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The Forthcoming Decision in the Harvard Case

Someone wrote in to us today asking, “Do you know when the Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard University ruling will be released?” We responded, “We have no idea. Likely some time this year, we imagine.” And how did the inquirer respond? It gave us a giggle: “But you’ve got … 

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Harvard and SFFA Face Off Again

Harvard University and the group known as Students For Fair Admissions, a group currently suing Harvard for allegedly discriminating against Asian American applicants, faced off again yesterday in a post-trial hearing. As our readers likely remember, the two sides previously faced off in a three-week October 2018 trial; the decision … 

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Justice Department Publicly Opposes Harvard Admissions

It wasn’t exactly a secret where our United States Department of Justice, under the stewardship of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, stood on the issue of whether or not Harvard University unfairly discriminates against Asian American applicants. As our readers know all too well, Harvard University is defending itself in a … 

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Ivy League Schools Show Support for Harvard

In the legal equivalent of a “we got your back,” a number of highly selective colleges, including every single Ivy League college, filed an amicus brief with the court to voice their support for Harvard as the university defends itself against allegations of Asian American discrimination in its admissions process. … 

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A Victory for Asian American Group Would Benefit Whites in Admissions

One would think that if the group suing Harvard University for discriminating against Asian Americans claims victory, it would make it easier for Asian American applicants to earn admission to highly selective universities like Harvard. And we’re not suggesting this would not be the case. While no legal victory will, … 

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