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NYU Sued for Alleged Anti-Semitism, Students React
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NYU faces complaints from a student filed in April about not addressing anti-Semitism enough on campus. (Photo by Anna Letson) NYU is in the midst of a lawsuit for allegedly violating Title VI of the Civil Rights Act — which bars discrimination on the basis of race, color or national origin— by harboring anti-semitism on…

German university under fire for award from Iran’s ‘antisemitic’ regime
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The University of Trier in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate is facing allegations that it is mainstreaming Iranian regime-sponsored antisemitism and terrorism by accepting an academic award from the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Last week, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani presented his nation’s “World Award for Book of the Year of the Islamic Republic of Iran”…

UC Berkeley chancellor not ‘interested in blame’ in response student-government chaos
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Chancellor Carol Christ of the University of California, Berkeley, said on Wednesday that she is not “interested” in blaming pro-Palestinian students for causing a student government meeting to erupt into chaos, delaying a vote on a measure to censure a display at the school by a pro-Palestinian student group, featuring terrorists. The Associated Students of the…

Amid chaos, UC Berkeley student government delays vote against terrorist display
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The student government at the University of California, Berkeley, erupted into chaos on Monday, delaying a vote on a measure to censure a display by a pro-Palestinian student group. The Associated Students of the University of California Senate’s (ASUC) University and External Affairs Committee met to debate student Milton Zerman’s resolution titled “Condemning Bears for…

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