Collegians don't think that race matters much.
Sadly, that means that racist college professors
have less of an audience than they want. In the case of Stanford professors
, they are remarkably logic-free:
"I worry about these trends, because they may indicate that our youth are beginning to take on an attitude of color unconsciousness, a kind of colorblindness that allows them to ignore racial diversity..."
I suggest that clarity of thought might be a worthwhile goal for him in the next four years. A few courses in other departments might help. Studies in statistical analysis and interpretation might help, too.