Lawsuit Updates

USA Today: Asians get the Ivy League’s Jewish treatment

Glenn Reynolds, writing in USA Today, authored the following op-ed about discrimination against Asians by Ivy League schools. Decades ago, the Ivy League colleges thought they had a problem: too many Jews. These recent immigrants, from a culture that prized education and academic achievement, had an unfortunate characteristic: They worked harder, studied longer and cared more about school. In short, they had all the attributes required for success in the Ivy League. Problem was, the Ivy League didn't really want them. Being first-generation students, these applicants didn't have rich alumni parents who would be likely to donate big bucks. Being from an ethnicity not associated with America's governing class, they didn't help the Ivy League with its biggest selling point — that going to college there provides an opportunity to rub shoulders with America's governing class. And they were seen as boring grinds who studied too hard and weren't much fun. The result was a change... Read More


Seeks additional students recently rejected from competitive universities (Washington, DC) Today, the Project on Fair Representation announces the filing of two lawsuits challenging the racial preference admissions policies of Harvard and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Read the complaint against Harvard Read the complaint against UNC-Chapel Hill The plaintiff in both lawsuits—Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA)— is a newly-formed, nonprofit, membership organization whose members include  highly qualified students recently denied admission to both schools, highly qualified students who plan to apply to both schools, and their parents. The Harvard lawsuit alleges the university is engaging in a campaign of invidious discrimination by strictly limiting the number of Asian Americans it will admit each year and by engaging in racial balancing year after year. These discriminatory policies in college admissions are expressly forbidden by the Fourteenth... Read More


Welcome! Students for Fair Admissions is committed to ensuring that every student applying to college is judged fairly, based on the true merits of their application. We hope that you will join us and in so doing make your voice heard. We will use this blog to post periodic updated on our progress and we hope that you will check back soon. In the meantime, you can learn more about us and the legal issues involved, and join Students for Fair... Read More

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