Where Different Racial Groups on Campus Do, And Do Not, Get Along

According to the Princeton Review’s annual survey in The Best 361 Colleges, there is a great deal of racial interaction on the campuses of Rice University, Stanford University, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, Wesleyan College (Georgia), and the Webb Institute.

According to the Princeton Review survey, there is very little interaction between racial and ethnic groups on the campuses of Miami University, the University of New Hampshire, Washington and Lee University, Trinity College, and Vanderbilt University.

Duke University ranked in sixth place among the universities with little racial interaction. But many of the student surveys were undoubtedly collected by the Princeton Review before the racial controversy surrounding the alleged rape of a black student by white members of the Duke University lacrosse team took place.

It seems likely that this incident, regardless of what actually happened, has further soured race relations on the Duke campus.