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Many people seem to underestimate the attraction of going to schools with those very legacy and development students that everyone seems to disparage. Isn't that part of what makes the "Ivy League" so attractive? If we are honest about it?
Never shy, but don't like being bullied. I have no issue with URMs and their compelling stories. I have a problem with ORMs getting shut out in favor of whites because of fictitious assertions that Asians are too focused on scores, and are one dimensional as seen through a stereotypic lens.
@whatisyourquest Respectfully, I don't hear you making arguments FOR affirmative action, I hear you wanting to "change the subject" to other admission preferences.
@OHMomof2 I just find it fascinating that those who are most against AA seem to only want that one preference to go away.
@roethlisburger Not all preferences discriminate against a legally protected class. Race/Ethnicity is a legally protected class. Sex is a legally protected class. Being non-athletic isn't a legally protected class. Being a non-legacy isn't a legally protected class. Being a non-dev admit isn't a legally protected class.