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Wednesday, October 01, 2003

A tongue-in-cheek lesson in how to con the system into allowing you to slip by the diversity gatekeepers in higher education. Peter W. Wood on Diversity & Higher Education on National Review Online: "The 'diversity essay' itself is a little lesson in how to shoplift from your store of memories. It asks you to snag bits of personal experience and fit them to into a politically correct diversity narrative, and it asks you as well to treat your friends and family, both real and imaginary, as resources to be exploited in the way to raising your own personal diversity quotient."
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