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I can safely say that Oberlin, Ohio, is the most vibrantly Jewish place I’ve ever lived.
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.
There are objective positives to being Jewish at Oberlin, and to be frank I’m a bit tired of hearing how bad Oberlin is for Jewish students.
Oberlin College has fired Joy Karega, a professor who created a firestorm of controversy with anti-Semitic posts on social media and by espousing conspiracy theories.
(JTA) — The president of Oberlin College, which has been at the center of a number of free speech controversies and faced criticism for its handling of a professor who posted anti-Semitic remarks on social media, announced his resignation as of June 30. Marvin Krislov, 56, announced in a message Tuesday to the college community that this academic…
A letter condemning an Oberlin professor’s anti-Semitic Facebook posts has reportedly garnered signatures from the majority of the Ohio college’s faculty members, but has generated criticism from some professors of Africana studies.
Oberlin professor Marc Blecher explains that the college is now working double time to make its campus safe and welcoming for Jewish students.
Michael Soffer used to teach his students about the importance of Oberlin in U.S. history. Now he refuses to write recommendation letters for those who want to attend that college.
Oberlin College’s board of trustees is calling for the school administration to launch an investigation into what it called a faculty member’s “anti-Semitic and abhorrent” posts on social media.