When you're trying to make your university look more tolerant and diverse than it actually is, there are a few things that you'll probably want to avoid doing. For instance, you probably don't want to magically Photoshop a couple of minority students into a photo after the fact, like the University Of Wisconsin did in 2000. And you don't want to choose a stock photo that's sexist or racist, like the University Of North Georgia, which put out a catalog with a cover that accidentally celebrated only two kinds of diversity: white men in blue ties and white men in black ties. Notice the guy in the black tie came in second in the picture above.
Univ. Of North Georgia
"High-10 for the social status quo!"
Let's break this terrible picture down in a point-by-point analysis: To the far left is our lone woman, desperately trying to beat the forces of gravity and patriarchy. To her right is our sole black guy who is FALLING from what we can only assume to be an entry wound from the starting gun. The other guy is obviously having too much fun on the White Male Privilege roller coaster, and the f****r on the far right isn't even trying. He looks like he just got back from lunch at Subway and decided to sweep up a race in time to put those minorities and women in their place. And, of course, there's the salt in the wound tagline, "Why follow when you can lead!" Hey geniuses, you just ended a question with an exclamation point. You are not doing right by North Georgia in any respect.