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College Administrators Must Address Anti-Semitism on Their Campuses
150 150 Lauri B. Regan & Asaf Romirowsky

While colleges and universities across the country have expended immense resources, in particular over the past several months, addressing unsubstantiated claims of systemic racism on their campuses and within American culture and institutions more broadly, there are other minority groups that face discrimination but go largely ignored. With millions of dollars in initiatives to hire…

An Open Letter to the USC Community on Supporting Zionist Students at USC
150 150 SPME

We, the undersigned faculty of USC, have followed the case of Rose Ritch and her resignation from student government with great dismay. As described in the supportive statement by President Folt and fully detailed in the statement by the Alliance for Academic Freedom of August 24th, Rose Ritch was subjected to vicious online harassment, and her qualification to hold elected office…

A Personal Remembrance of Edward Alexander
150 150 Judy Lash Balint

Shortly after the 1973 Yom Kippur War, a small group of Jewish students at the University of Washington in Seattle decided that they needed to be more active in educating the campus about Israel’s achievements and more proactive in confronting speakers brought in by the Arab Student Association. The group included a few graduate students…

Colleges are covering up antisemitic hate crimes – and the federal government is helping them
1024 459 Aiden Pink

Binghamton University in upstate New York is known as one of the top colleges for Jewish life in the United States. A quarter of the student population identifies as Jewish. Kosher food is on the meal plan. There are five historically-Jewish Greek chapters and a Jewish a capella group, Kaskeset. When a swastika was drawn on a…

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