Campus News & Climate

A defiant Malaysian PM defends his anti-Semitism in the name of free speech

NEW YORK — When Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad arrived at Columbia University on Wednesday, he was no doubt fully aware that his appearance had generated controversy. Major Jewish groups, including the Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee, had condemned the…

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Education Department Probes Middle East Studies Program

The Department of Education accused the Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies of inappropriate use of Title VI program funds in a letter scheduled to be published today in the Federal Register. The letter argues that many of the programs run by the consortium,…

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Israeli Sisters Find Swastikas in Indiana College’s Dorm Room

The University of Indianapolis is investigating after two Jewish sisters from Israel found swastikas drawn inside their dormitory room just after arriving on campus for the fall term. Michal Sasson said she and her twin sister, Shira, were still carrying…

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Court Orders Recognition of Pro-Palestinian Student Group

A New York State judge has ordered Fordham University to recognize a chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine as a university-sanctioned club after the dean of students, Keith Eldredge, rejected the student group’s petition for recognition based on its political agenda. “Since…

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How Intersectionality Became a Sinister Threat to American Jewry

Intersectionality didn’t originate as an anti-Jewish idea. Coined in 1989 by Columbia University law professor Kimberlé Crenshaw in the context of critical race theory, and with the intention of clarifying the distinction between the overlapping nature of racial and sexual…

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