Harvard student SLAMS Ivy League school's race-based admission system
- Harvard Student Kelley Babphavong slammed Harvard's race-based admission policy.
- Babphavong said the policy only promotes "visual diversity," not ideological diversity.
- Her comments come after a federal judge upheld as constitutional a policy that holds Asian American applicants to a higher standard.
Harvard University student Kelley Babphavong slammed her college's race-based admissions policy, saying the reason the school gave for the policy, which was to achieve greater diversity on campus, is "not actual diversity" because it doesn't factor in diversity of viewpoitnts.
A federal court upheld Harvard's admission policy, which holds Asian American applicants to a higher standard than students of other races, as constitutional on Tuesday, as Campus Reform reported.