Throughout oral argument, the conservative justices often twisted arguments and painted with a broad brush when they talked about race and racial stereotyping. For example, in an exchange with Garre, Justice Alito takes one of UT’s reasons for needing to supplement TTP with holistic review—a deficiency in the diversity of skills and experience among the minority students admitted through TTP—and uses it to accuse UT of stereotyping all of the TTP minority admits as deficient in general. Listen as Garre dispels Justice Alito’s mischaracterization of UT’s argument. As the exchange continues, listen as Justice Alito subtly employs a stereotype himself—the myth of Asian Americans as a “model minority”—to press his misguided point.