Not only do the authors of the Sun editorial like this, they think it doesn't go far enough. They, of course, want more pandering to blacks. My favorite gem was this one:
When students, regardless of race, are facing difficult odds, a school necessarily takes on the responsibility of providing the means (financial and otherwise) to enable completion of a degree.
From what school of logic does this come? An education is not a right. To me, it is best described as an investment. It is, in fact, the student's responsibility to seek assistance when (s)he is facing difficulties. If this sentence is to be believed, then a university could conceivably be sued whenever a student flunks out.
And I know this is old news, but the Sun destroyed any pretense of being objective when it ran the article smearing Sabia and the Review on April Fool's Day. Much as some like to read the Review for humor, so do I get many laughs from pages four and five of the Sun.