Campus News & Climate

Disband Students for Justice in Palestine and All BDS Movements

Editors’ note: Jason D. Hill is a professor of philosophy at DePaul University in Chicago. Below is his Open Letter to Attorney General, William Barr making the argument to disband Students for Justice in Palestine and all BDS movements. Mr. Attorney General, On…

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The Palestinian Academic & Cultural Boycott of Israel Deception: Unmasked

Western academic, artistic, cultural, and student organizations have been led to believe that PACBI is a global grassroots organization. This report refutes that assumption. PACBI has been unmasked as a Palestinian Authority-based organization that serves as the de-facto operational arm…

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“Let’s talk about anti-Semitism at @GeorgeMasonU.”

Let’s talk about anti-Semitism at @GeorgeMasonU. The second time I came to campus was for accepted students day. I ran into a club tabling called @GMUSAIA. I didn’t really have too much of an opinion on the conflict, but when…

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Word Crime Recidivism

The new issue of the journal Israel Studies has caused an international controversy, initially in academia, but now stretching well beyond the ivory tower. ‘Word Crimes: Reclaiming the Language of the Israel-Palestinian Conflict’ sought to challenge what the editors and contributors considered an often delegitimising language used…

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Emory Investigation Concludes Mock Eviction Notices Weren’t Anti-Semitic

Emory University’s Senate Standing Committee on Open Expression concluded in an April 15 report that Emory Students for Justice in Palestine’s (ESJP) mock eviction notices were not anti-Semitic. The notices, which found in Emory residence halls April 2, told residents that their suites were…

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