by Casey Quinlan Dec 14, 2015
It isn't uncommon for cities to criminalize people for wearing sagging pants, and for schools to lend a helping hand.
by Ian Millhiser Dec 9, 2015
Wednesday morning, at the Supreme Court, the role of the Dread Pirate Roberts was played by Justice Anthony Kennedy.
by Casey Quinlan Dec 9, 2015
Scalia said students of color are being "pushed into schools that are too advanced for them" due to affirmative action policies.
The rationale here is misleading at best and inaccurate at worst.
by Ian Millhiser Dec 8, 2015
Things fall apart.
by Ian Millhiser Dec 7, 2015
You probably haven't heard of Edward Blum, but if you are white, and you hate going to school with (or voting with, or serving in Congress with) black people or Latinos, then Blum is your personal hero.
by Casey Quinlan Dec 7, 2015
The Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin case could eliminate race conscious affirmative action policies at colleges.
by Casey Quinlan Dec 3, 2015
Ending the practice of sharing student discipline records may help more students of color get into college.
by Ian Millhiser Dec 1, 2015
The lawyers challenging affirmative action goofed, and that may kill their case.
by Alice Ollstein Nov 30, 2015
"We will never know the full extent of the collateral damage of [Trump's] words."