A lawsuit challenging Harvard University’s race-based admission policies has again fallen flat on appeal—this time at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, which took no issue with its efforts to achieve a diverse student body Thursday.

Nonprofit group Students for Fair Admissions Inc. had argued Harvard intentionally discriminated against Asian American applicants, alleging it constantly monitors the racial makeup of its classes and ignored alternative race-blind approaches.

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