What it's like for minority students applying to elite colleges with affirmative action under threat
One student briefly considered not acknowledging his Asian descent on his application.
The courtroom was so full that most attendees had to be ushered into one of two overflow rooms to watch the proceedings by video.
We asked an expert what happens if the federal government goes to war with affirmative action in higher education.
Investigating a years-old complaint could signal a shift in two decades of Justice Department support for affirmative action at colleges.
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Two important decisions were handed down by the nation's highest court Thursday morning.
The eight-year long battle revolves around Abigail Fisher, who was rejected from The University of Texas in 2008 and argued she was racially discriminated against for being white.
Justice Antonin Scalia was accused of racism over comments he made during oral arguments in the court's affirmative action case.
Better political representation is a numbers game, according to a London School of Economics report on gender inequality.
The justices will hear cases dealing with equal opportunity laws in public universities, restrictions on abortion clinics, whether voting districts should be made up of the overall population or the voting population, and union fees.
The protests, led by the influential Patel community, were opposed to a policy that sets quotas for lower castes in government employment and schools.