A recent string of incidents involving Jewish students at California campuses has spurred hysterical claims about a wave of anti-Semitism. Ari Y. Kelman says that’s patently false — and students are more than capable of learning from the events.
EDITORIAL: A new study purports to show a shocking rise in anti-Semitism on college campuses. But on closer look, it’s time we put the brakes on all the panic.
More than half of current American Jewish college students have personally witnessed or experienced an anti-Semitic incident, according to a new study.
More than 75 anti-Israel events have been reported on U.S. college and university campuses this fall, more than twice as many as last year, according to a report by the Anti-Defamation League.
EDITORIAL: With the current focus on mishandling of sexual assault cases on college campuses, a fundamental question has been lost: Why aren’t local police involved?
The ranking member of the House Appropriations Committee asked the U.S. Department of Education to insure that college programs receiving federal funds not include an anti-Israel bias.
One campus group is warning students about professors who may be biased against Israel. Now another group of Jewish academics is pushing back against what one calls a ‘blacklist.’
Ten organizations have announced a coordinated effort to convince Congress to reform the Higher Education Act to prevent federal funding of anti-American and anti-Israel activity.
After spending most of the month-long Gaza war trapped at home watching the news for hours, Palestinian Salam al-Bayid returned to her university for the first time on Thursday to find the administration building with its facade in pieces.
A wealthy pro-Israel donor used a Hillel chapter to funnel cash to a candidate for California student government. Why did the campus group allow itself to be used like that?