Rodney Hide’s column at the HoS is on racial preferences or quotas at medical school. His conclusion was:
But race, colour, creed shouldn’t worry us. We shouldn’t care if doctors are yellow, white or brown. All we should care about is that they are good at the job. And that should be the university’s sole concern. It is wrong that the university discriminates on skin colour. It is wrong that it is attempting a correct colour mix. The university should treat all applicants equally: that means being blind to race.
That wasn’t what got my attention though. It was this comment on the Herald website:
Debate on this article is now closed due to an increasing number of unpublishable comments.
I’ve never seen that on the Herald before. Well done Rodney, you’ve managed to turn the Herald into a blogTags: Rodney Hide