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M ichael Wang has closely followed the trial over admissions at Harvard University , hoping it will change the college application process for future generations of Asian-American students. Wang, the son of Chinese immigrants, had an SAT score of out of a possible and a 4. He believes that was because of his race. Diep is a Vietnamese immigrant who faced discrimination growing up in Los Angeles and whose parents did not attend college.
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Where Does Affirmative Action Leave Asian-Americans?
Harvard Admissions Case: These Asian-American Students Are on Opposite Sides | Time
In recent years, many studies have uncovered overwhelming evidence that Ivy Leagues Universities and other selective schools have been engaged in systematic and continuous discrimination against Asian-Americans in the college admissions process:. For each and every Asian-American college applicant, such practices engender a feeling that, being Asian-American, he or she is somehow less American than his or her peers of other racial backgrounds, and he or she does not, and will not, ever have full citizenship as an American. It is imperative for the federal government to intervene in a forceful manner to protect the constitutional rights of Asian-American applicants from continued infringement by Harvard and other universities. In addition, they unjustifiably give Asian-American students low scores in non-academic criteria.
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Asian American university resource centers are designated physical spaces on American university campuses that support the Asian American student population. Some are housed within other university owned buildings, while others are entire separate buildings. Although their main function is to provide a gathering place for students, Asian American resource centers also provide other services, such as peer mentoring , mental health services, Asian American libraries, as well as promote cultural awareness to the campus community at large. Asian American resource centers are distinct from centers for Asian studies.
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