The Daily Princetonian reports that "Yale freshman Jian Li has filed a federal civil rights complaint against Princeton for rejecting his application for admission, claiming the University discriminated against him because he is Asian."
Even though Mr. Li achieved "a perfect 2400 SAT score and near-perfect SAT II scores," he was rejected by "Princeton, Harvard, Stanford, MIT and the University of Pennsylvania" - all of which would recruit an African-American or Hispanic applicant with similar scores as if s/he were a Nobel prize-winner, quite regardless of any other factor.
But Mr. Li made the mistake of being born into the wrong race in the wrong day and age: the age of "diversity."
Ironically, Mr. Li cites in his complaint a recent study by a pair of Princeton professors which pointed out that, if racial preferences were eliminated, the big winners would *not* be "whites."
It seems that said professors thought that their study would be a knock-out blow to the opponents of "affirmative action" - i.e., racist "whites." Apparently, it never even occurred to them that there might just possibly be some Asian-Americans listening in.