Sunday, March 30, 2003

Virginia schools eying Michigan cases

U.Va. law professor and former president Robert O'Neil joins the list of people scratching their heads over the quick decision by the Tech BOV to eliminate race as a factor in admissions, according to this Roanoke Times article, which reviews the relevance of the pending University of Michigan cases to Virginia's colleges and universities.

In this one of the many, many articles on the Michigan cases, one of my undergraduate professors Barbara Perry, now professor of government at Sweet Briar College and sometime constitutional law pundit, predicts that ""This could sound the death knell for affirmative action as we know it."

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