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If you’re WHITE, you’re now unlikely to be accepted to any Ivy League school no matter how high your grades and SAT scores

    It is no longer enough to work hard and get good grades. If you have light skin, meaning you are   white , it will be   next to impossib...

  It is no longer enough to work hard and get good grades. If you have light skin, meaning you are white, it will be next to impossible for you to ever get accepted to any Ivy League school.

Kaitlyn Younger learned this the hard way after the senior at McKinney High School near Dallas scored a 1550 on her SATs as a junior. Younger also expects to graduate this spring with an unweighted 3.95 grade-point average, and yet was not accepted to any of the top schools at which she applied.

Younger founded her school’s accounting club; performed and directed in about 30 school plays; sang in the school choir; scored top marks on every test she has taken so far for 11 advanced-placement classes; and helped run a summer camp while holding down a part-time job – and all of this was still not enough.

“She is extraordinary,” said Jeff Cranmore, Younger’s guidance counselor.

Younger applied to Stanford UniversityHarvard UniversityYale UniversityBrown UniversityCornell University, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Southern California, the University of California Berkeley, and Northwestern University, and all of them rejected her.

“I expected a bunch wouldn’t accept me,” Younger says. “I didn’t expect it to be this bad.”

Ivy League or Sewer League?

Younger is not alone, it turns out. Many other top-performing students just like her are being systematically rejected from America’s top schools simply because of the color of their skin.


This is what you call systemic racism, and the reality is that it is happening against white people. Note that the American Psychoanalytic Association is also promoting systemic racism against whites.

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) danced around the issue by claiming that Ivy League schools are “drawing from a broader applicant pool,” while also mentioning that “racial and socio-economic diversity” are also part of the equation.

Putting two and two together, it is clear that a strong anti-white bias has invaded America’s institutions of higher learning, which quite honestly are no longer even worth the time or the money.

The quality of American “education” has so declined over the years that shelling out hundreds of thousands of dollars to attend an Ivy League is basically just flushing your hard-earned cash right down the toilet.

A more apropos descriptor for these so-called Ivy League schools is Sewer League schools, as they appear to be accepting low-quality candidates because they have darker skin.

“The middle class tends to get a little bit neglected,” says Hafeez Lakhani, a private college counselor in New York who charges $1,200 an hour, about the systemic racism against white people that now pervades higher education in the United States.

“Twenty years ago, Ms. Younger would have had a good shot at an Ivy League school.”

Since college rejections letters do not typically come with a detailed explanation as to why a student was rejected, it is difficult for some white students who perform well in school to figure out or understand why they were discriminated against.

“Gender also matters,” the WSJ admits. “Women now apply to college in much larger numbers than men. Schools seek to maintain gender parity in enrollment, which means young women often face higher standards and greater competition.”

Younger says she used to be the kind of person who would be upset with herself over receiving any grade lower than a 95. Now she realizes that “all that stress was not worth it” – because why bother if skin color is the ultimate determining factor of getting an education?

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