The U.S. Justice Department has sued Yale University claiming the Ivy League school discriminates against white and Asian American applicants in its undergraduate admissions process.

The lawsuit comes seven weeks after the Justice Department announced its finding of an investigation looking at the university’s admission policies. At the time, Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division Eric Dreiband wrote, “There is no such thing as a nice form of race discrimination.”

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