Campus News & Climate

Commissars in Our Universities

“The term ‘politically correct’ was coined in the late 1920s by the Soviets and their ideological allies around the world to describe why the views of certain of the party faithful needed correction to the party line.[1] Totalitarian movements and…

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The Battle Over Jewish Students and the IHRA Definition of Antisemitism

On January 12, 2021, the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations published a letter to President-elect Joe Biden, imploring his incoming administration to “maintain and build upon” the precedent of honoring the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA)’s working definition of…

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U of T Scarborough students reaffirm support for BDS

After several failed attempts, the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus Students Union (SCSU) officially voted to reaffirm its support for the antisemitic BDS movement at its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday. Hasbara Fellowships Canada is calling on both the university and student…

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US Professors Promote Palestinian Terror

JNS.org – For Palestinians, the “major shift has to be a politics of resistance; it has to be about alienating Israel,” stated Rutgers University assistant professor of Africana Studies Noura Erakat during a November 17 Middle East Institute (MEI) panel webinar. The participants’ radicalism illustrated how the…

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The New Anthropology

In their recent “Open Letter Demanding the Overhaul of McGill’s Statement of Academic Freedom,” the Anthropology Students Association and the Anthropology Graduate Student Association of McGill University have schooled us about the new anthropology. Here are some of its dimensions:…

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