ABA panned by Education Department panel, but its diversity standard survives.
Wayne State law professors will vote on new admissions approach after Michigan nixed affirmative action. Are they being creative or evasive?
Conservative magazine at Tufts draws fire for publishing a satirical Christmas carol poking fun at affirmative action and black students.
Economics group, under fire for spiking job notices explicitly welcoming female or minority applicants, will consider change in policy.
Dispute over economics job notices may point to larger battle over how colleges recruit diverse pools for faculty searches.
Court allows Michigan universities to finish their admissions cycles with current policies, but questions remain about future legal action.
English and language professors consider how who they are affects their jobs -- and who gets hired for which positions.
Federal appeals panel finds no reason to delay Michigan measure or let universities finish year with old policies.
After criticism, association will allow colleges to indicate that they welcome applicants from specific underrepresented groups.
Study documents that disproportionate number of black students at top colleges are new arrivals in the U.S. -- and offers only clues about why.
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