Study Suggests Discrimination Of White And Asians At Two Ohio Universities

By Scott Sarvay

February 15, 2011 Updated Feb 15, 2011 at 6:36 PM EDT

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Discrimination allegations are coming out against Ohio State University and Miami University in Ohio.

The Washington-based conservative think-tank called the Center for Equal Opportunity released a new study that shows what they call evidence of clear-cut discrimination against Whites and Asians in favor of Blacks and Latinos.

The center said OSU is the largest university in the nation that still considers race when deciding who is admitted.

The study focused on high school grades and class rank, and college admission test scores and determined minorities were being admitted even when their rankings and scores were far lower.

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