Fisher vs. University of Texas

Seven protestors hold red, white and blue signs that say "Diversity equals success," and "Out of many, one America" and "Diversity works."

On Race and Education: What Today's Affirmative Action Decision Really Means

Victor Goode breaks down the Supreme Court’s decision in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin—and how it will impact students of color across the country.

SCOTUS Issues Opinions on Immigration, Tribal Court Jurisdiction and Affirmative Action

Here is everything you need to know about the Court’s latest rulings.

#StayMadAbby in 9 Amazing Tweets

Abigail Fisher thinks she didn’t get into University of Texas at Austin because she’s White. Twitter begs to differ.

ICYMI: That Time Antonin Scalia Suggested That 'Slower-Track Schools' Work Better for Blacks

The Supreme Court heard a retread of the landmark affirmative action case Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin yesterday. The whole court’s view is still unclear, but folks are really not happy with Justice Scalia’s take on it.

UT Austin's Affirmative Action Safe After Fifth Circuit Affirms Prior Ruling

Affirmative action supporters can breathe a sigh of relief. For now.

Appeals Court Rehears Key Affirmative Action Case Fisher v. Texas

It’s been a busy year for affirmative action.

Is Affirmative Action At Risk Again?

The Supreme Court will hear arguments today for Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action. A primer for this highly technical–and important–case

The Affirmative Action Non-Ruling, Explained

Wait, what exactly did they decide? Our resident constitutional law prof breaks it down.