Interview with Robert Links
QUESTION 11
JACKIE SHEARER:

OK.

ROBERT LINKS:

I don't know the names of the 16 people who were admitted at Davis and I don't care because it doesn't matter, ah, who they are, what their grades were, it doesn't matter. The fact that they graduated, it doesn't matter because those 16 people have an asterisk next to their name and what the asterisk says is they couldn't make it on their own and that's unfair and it's unfortunate. And think about the person who got in without the special program who's from a minority group. That person gets tagged with an asterisk too. And that's the problem. When people graduate, the degree should mean the same thing for everybody with no questions asked.

JACKIE SHEARER:

Great, cut.