Pro-Israel students erected panels celebrating the Jewish state next to pro-Palestinian activists’ “apartheid wall.”
Khalidi, who denies singling out any ethnic group, hit back at Washington Post columnist Eugene Kontorovich for accusing him of anti-Semitism.
What matters is not the ranking of any one university. What’s important is that the hostility and mistreatment of Jewish students we noted in 2004 has metastasized.
Students, recent graduates, faculty and staff members of Algemeiner’s ‘40 Worst Colleges for Jewish Students’ respond to claims that their campuses are toxic places for Jewish students.
Let us not confuse the challenges that sometimes appear on these campuses with fake news and disingenuous reports that do nothing to help the students.
Accessibility to a variety of Jewish amenities on an off campus does not mask the reality of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiment on the ground.
It’s a mistake to say that because there is an active anti-Israel community at Columbia, the university is a bad place for Jews to thrive.
In the year since Daniella Moffson’s tragic death, many of her friends – and even some complete strangers – have been honoring her memory by raising money for causes she cared about.
Columbia University on Friday won the dismissal of a lawsuit by a graduate over the school’s decision to allow a student who accused him of rape to carry a mattress around campus in protest, even though Columbia had cleared him of the allegation.
Forty Columbia University faculty members have signed a petition urging the New York school to divest from companies that “supply, perpetuate, and profit from a system that has subjugated the Palestinian people.”