Here is a long — painfully, 876-words long — call for “Increasing College Diversity” on Huffington Post. It’s quite unremarkable, the usual pabulum, and not at all worth reading.
I post it only to note that at no point does the author argue that “diversity” will yield educational benefits for white and Asian students by exposing them to random conversations with students having a different melanin content from themselves. Even that is not itself noteworthy, since most defenses of “diversity” likewise fail in this regard. But it is worth noting that even those who defend the use of racial and ethnic preferences don’t seem to think much of the only legal defense the Supreme Court has recognized for such discrimination.