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Tag: race-based admissions

The University of Texas at Austin to Face Renewed Lawsuit Over...

This week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled that a conservative-funded group can revive its lawsuit against The University of...

Federal Judge Says UNC Chapel Hill Can Consider Race in Admissions...

A federal judge ruled Monday that the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC Chapel Hill) can continue using race as a factor...

Civil Rights Advocates Condemn New Yale Discrimination Lawsuit

Last week, Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA), a group against the use of race-based college admissions, filed a new discrimination lawsuit against Yale University...

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Harvard University’s Race-Based Admissions

A United States federal appeals court ruled in favor of Harvard University’s use of race-based admissions last week. The 104-page ruling comes after a federal...

California Voters Uphold Affirmative Action Ban 

This week, Californians voted to keep a 24-year-old affirmative action ban intact.  The proposal, known as Proposition 16, would have repealed a 1996 statute that...