The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear Fisher v. Texas, a case that could limit or eliminate using race as a college admissions factor.
The U.S. Supreme Court made the right ruling yesterday in Fisher v. University of Texas by remanding the case to a lower federal court.
This time to a black correspondent from the BBC, in an interview about the use of race in college admissions. He'd said similar things at a student forum in 1997.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals hears arguments in Fisher v. UT case and new details emerge in the case of the woman who was killed after being thrown off of a Six Flags ride.
UT's admissions policy upheld by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and a frighteningly familiar tale of children being left in a hot car has a thankfully happy ending.