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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Thursday, March 21, 2002
The Wall Street Journal's taste page has a great little item on race and university admissions:


EMBARRASSING ADMISSIONS: Officially, University of Michigan Regent Dan Horning supports affirmative action. But at a time when the university's race-based admissions are under two separate court challenges, he confessed in a letter to a fellow regent that he didn't think "our admissions policies will withstand this legal challenge and I certainly don't feel they are based on merit." The Michigan Daily reports that he went on to write that the policies keep qualified students out while letting less qualified minorities in. As per custom on campuses these days, Mr. Horning has now apologized for his outburst of candor.


I have a dream. It's the same as Martin Luther King Jr.'s. Let merit be the deciding factor, not the color of one's skin.

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