Affirmative Action News
Lawyer: Minnesota's Lynch denies sexual misconduct claims
The lawyer for Minnesota basketball standout Reggie Lynch says Lynch "categorically denies" allegations of sexual misconduct lodged against him by two women
Gophers' Lynch recommended for expulsion in alleged assault
Minnesota basketball player Reggie Lynch has been recommended for expulsion following a newly public allegation of sexual assault
Fired Google engineer's suit alleges reverse discrimination
Fired Google engineer who wrote 'diversity memo' sues company for discrimination
Retail workers feel disruption from shifting shopper habits NEW YORK (AP) — The retail industry is being radically reshaped by technology and nobody feels that disruption more starkly than the 16 million Americans working as shelf stockers, salespeople and cashiers. The shifts are driven, like
Harvard admissions investigation prompts mixed reactions from Asian-American students
To achieve an exceptional college application has become seemingly more and more difficult -- at least for certain groups of students. Ben Huynh, a Vietnamese-American born to immigrant parents and raised in Chicago, received a 2400 on his SAT, had perfect grades, held leadership positions and was
Insomniac Theater: 'Wonder Wheel' and 'The Disaster Artist'
I'm presenting at bitter previewing two movies opening this weekend. We start with wonder wheel with a Woody Allen film set in the 1950s Coney Island and tells the story up for troubled characters whose lives intertwined. Including a waitress played by Kate Winslet and a lifeguard you may know this
Ed Gillespie gives emotional concession speech
After being defeated for Virginia Governor, the republican candidate gets choked up thanking his wife and family during his concession speech.
Sophia Nelson: 'There's something wrong with this party'
Amna Nawaz sits down with Nelson, a conservative African-American attorney who spent years working in the Republican Party before turning her back on it.
The Note: Trump: Give me your English-speaking huddled masses
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY Happier on the trail? President Trump holds a “Make America Great Again” rally in West Virginia tonight. He signed it, but boy did he slam it. Trump OK’ed a bill imposing tighter sanctions on Russia , yet then issued two different statements to call the legislation “
Justice Department denies 'personnel posting' reflects new policy on affirmative action
The Justice Department (DOJ ) is refuting a report that it is working on a new directive to pursue inquiries and lawsuits against colleges they determine have engaged in discrimination "against white applicants,” saying today that they are in fact seeking volunteers to investigate an administrative