That seems to be the burning question in the debate over affirmative action in college admissions.
By now, you know the arguments.
Johnny had perfect SAT scores and a 4.4 GPA, how could he not be admitted to Harvard when others with … Read more
Through the Freedom of Information Act, American Oversight and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law confirmed the review by the Department of Justice.
“This is a deeply troubling revelation that potentially threatens … Read more
A Hapa transgender male athlete is the first transgender man to compete in any NCAA division 1 sport, reports CBS News.
A rising junior at Harvard, Schulyer Bailar originally made Harvard’s swim team as a woman. Bailar transitioned to a male and switched to Harvard’s men’s swim team about two years ago.… Read more
As the summer rolls in, so do SAT and ACT prep classes for many high school students. College campus tours, long road trips, and the pressure of taking the SAT and ACT mark the start of the college search.
For those high-achieving Asian Americans pursuing Ivy League and other elite university, the path may be … Read more
A 19-year old Asian American first year student at Harvard hopes to inspire young people to get involved in politics by running herself.
Nadya Okamoto is up against a field of 25 candidates, including eight incumbents. There are nine open seats for the Cambridge City Council near Boston.
Her odds are long, but … Read more
Two Asian American students have joined Harvard in its effort to defend the schools affirmative action program for underrepresented students.
Both students are from Southern California and are current applicants to Harvard.
“Asian students and other students of color have to … Read more
The University of Southern California has announced the creation of a dorm theme floor for Asian Pacific Islander Desi Americans, while at cross town rival UCLA an interim director for the Asian American Studies Center has been named.… Read more
Harvard University is reluctantly turning over records of thousands of rejected applicants in a case filed by a group alleging discrimination against Asian Americans, reports Harvard Magazine.
Students whose records will be turned over will be receiving notices from the campus informing them of their options if they object … Read more
An anti-affirmative action group has won a court order mandating that Harvard release six years of data from its admissions process, reports the Harvard Crimson.
The ruling requested by Students for Fair Admissions stems from a 2014 lawsuit accusing Harvard of discriminating against Asian Americans through a quota system.
The data will include admissions application … Read more
A closer look at the majority opinion in Fisher v University of Texas reveals the four justices found no discrimination against Asian Americans in holistic admissions.
By a four to three vote, the justices ruled the University of Texas did not discriminate against Abigail Fisher, a White student who … Read more