But, thats not entirely accurate either MBM, they did strike down what the undergraduate school was doing, so lets not be too hasty now.
Remember, this can have wide-ranging and presumably long termed 'unintended consequences' if not watched very closely. If racial preferences or discrimination is suddenly deemed 'legal' in the so-called 'hire and fire' arena, can you picture a scenario where it may be used sometime down the line again?
Those who follow such things know the machinations and administration of LAW is all about basing things on 'precedent'. Has this racial 'precedent' now been cast in stone?