July 27, 2023
It is not clear that legacy admissions is (or should be) against the law, but even if it isn’t (or shouldn’t be), the intellectual and moral problems with the practice are a matter on......
July 26, 2023
Long-standing higher ed institutions are obliged to consider past generations as well as current and future ones. Admitting some students based on this fact is imperative, and part of a prec......
July 11, 2023
Moving forward and next steps for higher education after SCOTUS’s student loan forgiveness ruling.
The Court’s ruling in Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President and Fellows of Harvard College breathes new life into the rule of law in higher education, despite its limitations. The cult......
July 6, 2023
By upholding the ideal of equal opportunity, the Supreme Court has redeemed America from its open endorsement of race discrimination in college admissions.
July 4, 2023
The Supreme Court’s recent decision is a positive step forward for the return of merit in college admissions.
May 18, 2023
After the Dobbs decision last year, debate over the abortion issue has become more prevalent and heated, especially in higher ed. Given this, what should higher ed policy look like now on this issue?
March 7, 2023
Will American taxpayers take the hit for higher ed’s poor finances?
SCOTUS hears arguments regarding the Biden administration's plan to cancel over $400 billion dollars of student debt, and whether the president is legally justified in his executive actions.
November 6, 2022
The National Association of Scholars' work opposing racial preferences in American higher education spans more than three decades.