A Supreme Court case has colleges considering how to stay diverse if race-based admissions is axed
Talk about throwing around the c-word! The Constitution, that is. (Don't give us that look! What word did you think we meant?) Anyway, opponents of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's supersized soda ban might argue in court that the proposed measure is unconstitutional, citing the commerce clause as proof ... More >>
Earlier today, the Voice brought you news of pending legislation in Albany that would make New York-based websites, such as blogs and newspapers, "remove any comments posted on his or her website by an anonymous poster unless such anonymous poster agrees to attach his or her name to the post." For ... More >>
One of the benefits of law school, according to middle-class parents everywhere, is that three years of hellishly hard work and thousands upon thousands of dollars in debt will pay off with a job at a fancy firm with $100K to start. We were under the impression that this is usually an implici ... More >>
Cathie Black: can she get a waiver?Richard Mills, the same state education commissioner who gave Joel Klein a waiver to become chancellor in 2002, denied another waiver application in 2003. The reasons cited in that 9-page denial letter will no doubt impact the decision now facing Mills' su ... More >>
Do we have to pick just one? Kenny Heller won't admit it, but he could make a case for the title if he hadn't been disbarredfor obnoxious behavior.
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