Race discrimination in UNC Admissions

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  • Packfanindahouse Apr 8, 2014
    Towel Boy

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    that's actually just her mother's Body Odor.



  • KT lols at internet tough girls Apr 8, 2014
    Towel Boy

    Yeesh. I had to report Shaniqua twice more for continued race baiting. Apparently Wolfpocalypse's post really hit close to home. I think I can still see the mushroom cloud over Shaniqua's house.

  • Packfanindahouse Apr 8, 2014
    Towel Boy


    for a school in DIRE NEED of NO further embarrassment.



  • ClassyTarHeel Apr 8, 2014
    Towel Boy

    What's funnier is that two of this forum's proudest racists (kTard and CashMunny) now pretend to wave the flag of "Civil Rights Champions".


    Hurry on down to that thar "Free Expression Tunnel" at state college, you two.....there's bound to be some fresh cans of spray paint just waiting for you.

  • ClassyTarHeel Apr 8, 2014
    Towel Boy

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    No bait at all...I directly refer to you and Pack-O-Lips (aka "CashMunny Hairston) as the racists that you are.

    That is all.

  • KT lols at internet tough girls Apr 8, 2014
    Towel Boy

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    Reported for race baiting AGAIN.


  • ClassyTarHeel Apr 8, 2014
    Towel Boy

    If UNC was such a hotbed for racists, I'm surprised that neither kTard nor Pack-O-Lips could manage to get past the admissions requirements there.

    Two of the biggest racists this board's ever seen, bar none.


    Oh well.

  • Packfanindahouse Apr 8, 2014
    Towel Boy


    Perfect pansy description.... no wonder ALL the "guys" have SEEN ONE UP CLOSE!!!!



  • KT lols at internet tough girls Apr 8, 2014
    Towel Boy

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    I can see the mushroom cloud forming over the horizon from where Shaniqua read this post. Post of the week.

  • Misanthropic Lycanthrope Apr 8, 2014
    Towel Boy

    UNC* is well documented as a racist school (see Saunders Hall). What is almost as embarrassing is the fact that UNC* is a "wanna-be" school of "white privilege." Most of the students there wish they were upper class but are really just white trash who spend their student loan refunds on boat shoes and Vineyard Vines pastel shirts and booty shorts. It is really pathetic. The truth is that the students at the schools UNC* so desperately tries to emulate are nothing like the crude caricature of wealth and privilege seen at UNC*. Not all rich people are racist D-bags who dress like someone out of a 1985 Benetton advertisement, and most of them certainly do not major in 14th Century Interpretive Dance and read Dr. Seuss Books in their English Lit. classes.

  • moduke Apr 8, 2014

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  • wulfcowards Apr 7, 2014
    Towel Boy

    the poor little coward...so worried about unc that he couldn't get into dook.

    cheer up, boy...at least you didn't end up at fayetteville state like your daddy.

  • Packfanindahouse Apr 7, 2014
    Towel Boy

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    you sound awfully mad, sugar britches...

    have you WRITTEN A LETTER yet, to share your tears with others???



  • Guitarzan Apr 7, 2014
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    He is launching a series of websites seeking plaintiffsAmbulance chaser.

  • Packfanindahouse Apr 7, 2014
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  • 903 Free Paul Frampton 2 Apr 7, 2014

    Sickening, but not at all surprising...

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/08/us/politics/edward-blum-one-man-organization-keeps-watchful-eye-on-college-race-admissions-policies-.html?hpw&rref=educationWASHINGTON — It was the last Monday in June, and the Supreme Court had just issued its latest decision on affirmative action. The debate was starting about how much the court had restricted the use of race in college admissions.

    But Edward Blum, the legal entrepreneur who had orchestrated the case, wasted no time. He made a prediction that sounded a little like a threat.

    “Those universities that continue using race-based affirmative action,” he said, “will likely find themselves embroiled in costly and polarizing litigation.”

    It is now almost a year later. Admissions letters have just gone out, and there is no particular reason to think the court’s decision in Fisher v. University of Texas affected how students were selected. And the lawsuits Mr. Blum predicted have not materialized.

    There are reasons for that, Mr. Blum told me last week. One is that it is hard to find plaintiffs willing to call attention to having been rejected by a prestigious institution, to blame that rejection on race discrimination and to persevere through years of litigation.

    “It’s understandable that most teenagers will want to avoid this scrutiny,” Mr. Blum said, “especially if their character and motives may be besmirched by others.”

    But Mr. Blum does not give up easily. He is launching a series of websites seeking plaintiffs.

    “Were you denied admission to the University of North Carolina?” one asks. “It may be because you’re the wrong race.”
    The site features a picture of a student who appears to be Asian-American. There is a form to fill out and a bit of hand holding. Mr. Blum’s group, the Project on Fair Representation “covers all expenses,” the site says.

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