Monthly Archives: December 2018


Masterpiece Left Me Optimistic; Kavanaugh Leaves Me Unsure

By Mark Satta* Last month, Aaron and Melissa Klein, a couple who owned a bakery in Oregon, asked the Supreme Court to review a ruling from the Court of Appeals of the State of Oregon, which held that the Kleins had violated Oregon state law by discriminating based on sexual orientation when they refused to…


Justice in Higher Education: Why We Must Move Beyond Admissions Policy

By Gina Schouten*   I want to argue for a shift in focus in conversations about justice in higher education. Because meritocratic admissions cannot meaningfully promote egalitarian justice, I argue that we should consider using weighted lotteries in admissions decisions, and that we should reform the culture of colleges and universities to make it likelier…

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