The University of Connecticut is known for its diversity, with students from all backgrounds.
However, as recently as January, the school had a student body with only a single ethnic group, Chinese.
According to a report by Buzzfeed News, the Yale Daily News reported that there were no ethnic minorities at the school at all, instead only white, Latino and black students.
“It’s a bit disappointing to see that we don’t have diversity among our student bodies,” Yale University president Peter Salovey told the Yale News.
“And as you know, we have very large numbers of minority students.
But I don’t think that that’s a concern.”
The Daily News further reported that Yale was the only school with a single student body from a single country.
“There’s an entire group of students who come to our campus to pursue a degree,” said Saloveys son, Richard Saloveyan.
“They’re not only from China, but from the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Europe.
And those students are the ones who have the highest graduation rates. “
We have students from China and from Africa who came here to study English Literature and French Literature and Spanish Literature.
And those students are the ones who have the highest graduation rates.
And that’s very rare to see.
So I think that’s the most important thing.”
Despite the fact that the majority of the student body is made up of white people, there is a significant number of students from minority groups.
According, according to The New York Times, only 5 percent of the students in the Yale University population are white.
“I have two Chinese brothers who are both in my classes, and we are just really good friends,” said one Chinese student.
“Our parents are very proud of us, and they’re proud of our university, and their university is very successful.”
One of the most well-known examples of diversity on campus is that of Chinese American students, who make up roughly 10 percent of Yale’s student body.
“The Chinese student body at Yale is very diverse, and it is not representative of the overall student body,” said a Chinese student, who wished to remain anonymous.
“When I first arrived here, the Chinese community was not very big, and now it is very big.
So when we come here to Yale, we’re definitely not just Chinese students.
There are Chinese, Indian, and black people, too.”
One student, however, believes the lack of diversity at Yale does not affect the student experience.
“People don’t come to Yale because they think Yale is a good school, or because they want to be a part of a university, but because they feel comfortable at Yale,” said the student, adding that Yale is “a good school to be from, because you don’t need to go to China.”