College entrance exams haven't always been the most fair. But will getting rid of them lead to more diversity on campus?
Since US universities once stood at the forefront of the eugenics movement and its racist ideas, they should right the wrongs of the past by pursuing diversity on campus, two scholars argue.
Many students arrive at college without ever having a non-white teacher. Professors of color can inspire higher order thinking and analysis.
Could the Abigail Fisher case, which is back before the Supreme Court, further limit the use of race in higher education admissions policies for institutions across the nation?