By Amelia Trello, Staff Writer This Halloween, the US Supreme Court revisited the long held precedent concerning affirmative action. After decades, there is now a strong likelihood that the current conservative Supreme Court will overrule this precedent. The Court is considering whether universities can continue to take race into account […]
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Fundamental Choices Facing the Supreme Court
By Wilson Huhn, Professor of Law* Introduction The “Me Too” movement has in the span of less than one year upended male prerogatives that our civilization has suffered to exist for thousands of years. This follows on the heels of the revolution in gay rights that between 2003 and 2015 […]
Denaturalization: Evaluating Section (C)
Denaturalization: Evaluating Section (C) By Carlie Masterson, Staff Writer Many natural-born United States citizens have heard the horror stories of having to pass the USCIS Naturalization test to become a citizen. Even as a law student, I have to admit, there are many History and Government Civics questions I would […]