The Diversity Problem on Campus | Opinion

DORIAN S. ABBOT AND IVAN MARINOVIC , PROFESSORS Students sit on a bench in front of the library at the University of South Carolina on August 10, 2020, in Columbia, South Carolina (above). SEAN RAYFORD/GETTY IMAGES American universities are undergoing a profound transformation that threatens to derail their primary mission: the production and dissemination of knowledge. The new regime is titled “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” or DEI, and is enforced by a large bureaucracy of administrators. Nearly every decision taken on campus, from admissions, to faculty hiring, to course content, to teaching…

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JOHN DERBYSHIRE Of the sixteen persons nominated for a cabinet position, as listed in the January 23rd issue of The Economist [After the chaos of the Trump era, what can Joe Biden hope to achieve?] nine have now been confirmed by the U.S. Senate and have assumed office. So we are better than halfway through the confirmation process.   You can’t help but notice the diversity. Not one of them—not one of the sixteen—is a non-Hispanic white Protestant heterosexual male. To put that another way: Not one of the sixteen comes from the same slice of the diversity…