High school senior Suzy Lee Weiss recently hit the national spotlight after writing a controversial letter to the Wall Street Journal titled “To (All) the Colleges that Rejected Me.”
The future of race-based college admissions once again lies in the hands of U.S. Supreme Court justices, who are currently considering a case challenging the University of Texas at Austin for its inclusion of race as a factor in the admissions process.
The Supreme Court should not allow the practice — and likewise, universities should not find ways to independently continue its use.
The affirmative action debate should not make students forget the point of applications.
In a protest against a bill that would allow affirmative action in California, Republicans from University of California, Berkeley hosted a “Diversity Bake Sale” on Tuesday that priced cupcakes and cookies based on the race of the purchaser. Sparking controversy and several opposing protests from groups on campus, the baked goods were sold for $2 […]
Two Daily Trojan writers explore whether affirmative action is discriminatory.