A student is seen on Yale University’s campus in this 2010 file photo. Critics say the US college admissions process is unfairly skewed. Photo: AFPA student is seen on Yale University’s campus in this 2010 file photo. Critics say the US college admissions process is unfairly skewed. Photo: AFP
A student is seen on Yale University’s campus in this 2010 file photo. Critics say the US college admissions process is unfairly skewed. Photo: AFP

Asian-Americans divided on Yale affirmative action case

  • US Justice Department calling Yale biased against white and Asian-American applicants has won fans but also critics
  • Ethnicity and background affects outcomes, some say, while others point to ‘anti-black’ privilege

Topic |   United States
A student is seen on Yale University’s campus in this 2010 file photo. Critics say the US college admissions process is unfairly skewed. Photo: AFPA student is seen on Yale University’s campus in this 2010 file photo. Critics say the US college admissions process is unfairly skewed. Photo: AFP
A student is seen on Yale University’s campus in this 2010 file photo. Critics say the US college admissions process is unfairly skewed. Photo: AFP
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