Ranked number one is Rutgers which has an enrollment of 42 percent white, 20 percent Asian, 12 percent Latino and 10 percent African American.You can check out the complete top 10 list on LA Weekly. Like the university itself, they are walking a line between liking him for who he is and exploiting him just a bit for his difference.
(BJU is the largest supplier of Christian curricula via video and live satellite transmission.) The grad student, Dave Ute, gives Schimri directions. “The idea is you’re an eyewitness to this happening and you’re sharing it with us in your cabin, as it were.” Then Dave tells him to raise his wrists as in shackles over his head.
No surprise there considering the campus is nearly 36 percent Asian American, 29 percent white, 17 percent Latino and 4 percent African American.
What is perhaps surprising is that it isn’t ranked higher and that UC Berkeley didn’t make the list.
Gubbins acknowledges "there are people I haveheard of, or know, that have a particular fetish."But undergraduates for the most part say love, notcuriosity, is what brings couples together."There is that thing if you watch 'Jungle Fever'-the implication that you have some deviantexotic image of another ethnic group," Gubbinssays. There is no exotic, fetish thing going on."A Black senior, who spoke on condition ofanonymity, says she is dating another senior whois white.
She says she rarely has problems withderogatory comments though lately she has receivedunsolicited "Jungle Fever" remarks from youngpeople she passes on the streets of Cambridge."[The remarks] don't faze me; I could care lesswhat they think," she says.
During Bush's appearance at the fundamentalist Christian school last month, the Texas governor told his audience that he shared their views.