Harvard Files Brief to Supreme Court

Harvard University filed its brief with the nation’s highest court today, emphatically defending its right to consider a candidate’s race when evaluating their case for admission to the Ivy League institution. The brief, the school’s latest salvo in an eight-year battle to preserve its right to admit the most diverse … 

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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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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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