WHat is ABUNDENTLY CLEAR is that the strive for DIVERSITY. Unfortunately, they seek Diversity of Sight (where all the different colors of the rainbow are represented) instead of Diversity of Thought - which is what they fraudulently represented to the Supreme Court (and which the SCt. bought with "a wink and a nod") they were seeking. Sure, there is a nice "pretty" campus with all the colors represented. But, make no mistake about it, the campus is in NO WAY intellectually diverse. When I was at Michigan, I made the comment in class (two days before finals during the semester I was to graduate) that I thought it should be O.K. for a lawyer to use his peremptory jury challenges based upon a prospective jurors race. A case had just been issued which "banned" attorney's from using their peremptories (even in CIVIL suits) with race as a motive. I was going to go on and state that if I represented Marion Barry (O.J. Simpson hadn't killed Nicole at this point), I would look to knock off EVERY white (i.e., Georgetown) juror who showed up in the jury pool. But, before I could get the Marion Barry analysis out, a black girl in class made a big spectacle of herself, called me several names (including a "cracker" and "racist" and stormed out of the class. Later that day, I got a letter from the Dean stating that she wanted to bring formal charges against me for "harassment" under the Michigan Law Made definition of harassment (which has since been thrown out by a U.S. District Court). I had to go see the Dean the next day. The Dean said that they were going to let me go "with a warning". Since it was so close to my graduation, they weren't going to do anything, HOWEVER, I should know that if I wasn't graduating that they would have sent me to "Sensativity Training" courses due to my "racist" statements in class. I became extremely beligerent and told the Dean, "TRUST ME, I'm the LAST person you would want in your little BRAINWASHING classes. I said NOTHING that could be considered 'racist" and I'm thinking about suing you and this school for even IMPLYING that I did." The Dean became "less emphatic" and tried to explain that he merely meant that the law school "frowns upon" and will not condone students who STEREOTYPE others based upon their race. Uhhmmmmm ... by adopting this new "Diversity" standard, isn't that EXACTLY what Michigan Law is doing? They're assuming that because you are a certain race that you'll be from a certain background and will have a certain inate thought process???? I guess the Dean should have clarified that there can be "good STEREOTYPING" (when people of their ilk do it) and "bad STEREOTYPING" (when a perceived "conservative" does it).