Emil Guillermo - Higher Education
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Emil Guillermo
Emil Guillermo is a print and broadcast journalist, commentator and humorist. His column, "Emil Amok," appeared for more than 14 years in AsianWeek at one time, and now appears on the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund site.  As a former host of NPR's "All Things Considered" he was the first Asian American male, and first Filipino American, to host a regularly scheduled national news broadcast. He is the author of Amok: Essays from an Asian American Perspective -- a compilation of essays originally published in Asian Week—that won an American Book Award in 2000. Emil Guillermo writes on issues of race, culture and politics for the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (www.aaldef.org/blog)


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University of Farmington Sting Hurts Higher Ed More Than It Solves Immigration Crisis

by | February 12, 2019 Harvard’s motto is “Veritas,” which is Latin for “truth.” Plain. Simple. And nothing Read more

Former Prof Gave up Higher Ed for Fed Job Disgusted by Shutdown

by | January 25, 2019
Without question, President Donald Trump blinked Friday as he stood alone at the Rose Garden po [...] Read more

A Lottery for Harvard and Other Elite Schools?

by | January 11, 2019
As we wait for the judge’s decision, one interesting essay has been published in Quartz by Na [...] Read more

The Biggest Diversity Case in 2018 Could be the Biggest of 2019

by | December 28, 2018
The Harvard case, in which Asian Americans sued Harvard for discrimination, could determine acc [...] Read more

The Removal of ‘Individual 1’?

by | December 10, 2018
The political climate is changing. After Friday, temperatures are rising higher and the leading [...] Read more

Little Clarity in Sexual Harassment Rule Changes

by | November 26, 2018
Poor Betsy DeVos. Three words that an accountant would never use for the woman connected to the [...] Read more

UC Encourages Recipients to Renew DACA Immediately as Court Saves Dreamers Program

by | November 11, 2018
President Trump lost more than just the House of Representatives in last week’s midterms. [...] Read more

At the Harvard Affirmative Action Trial, We’re About to Hear From the Less Than Perfect — Who Got In

by | October 27, 2018
With the news of pipe bombs and hot rhetoric, the trial in Boston over Harvard’s use of affir [...] Read more

The Perfect Victim and the Perfect Judge —The New Challenge to Affirmative Action

by | October 15, 2018
If it feels like we’ve been here before, we have. The use of race in college admissions [...] Read more

Is Higher Ed Responsible for Brett Kavanaugh? 

by | October 1, 2018
We know Brett Kavanaugh was at the White House days before his hearing on the Dr. Christine Bla [...] Read more

Climate Change is a Diversity Issue for Higher Ed

by | September 17, 2018
The extreme heat this year has turned much of my state into a giant tinderbox. I’ve seen the [...] Read more

Diversity at Stake in Kavanaugh Hearings

by | September 5, 2018
Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination is about institutionalizing the trend at the highest court to re [...] Read more

A Trailblazing American History Professor is Found and then Lost

by | August 20, 2018
Dr. Dawn Mabalon died when she suffered an asthma attack after snorkeling in Hawaii. And like t [...] Read more

Harvard’s Asian Problem Does Not Justify the Blum Lawsuit

by | August 7, 2018
That lawsuit filed by White conservative Ed Blum using Asians as proxies to fight affirmative a [...] Read more

Debunking Mismatch and the Color-Blind Remedy to Affirmative Action

by | July 24, 2018
The affirmative action op-eds are starting to appear. Both the pro and the con. And there’s t [...] Read more
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