Antisemitic incidents within academia will keep occurring as long as the ideology that enables them, Critical Social Justice theory, goes unchecked.
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“I’m gonna physically fight Zionists on campus next year if someone comes at me with their ‘Israel is a democracy’ bullshit,” Hamzeh Daoud wrote.
The initiative with Stanford and Cal will cover computational biology and bioinformatics.
The institutions announced Friday that they will cooperate in areas including medical innovation and trauma and emergency preparedness.
Swastikas were discovered last weekend at Stanford University, less than a month after another rash of swastikas and anti-Semitic graffiti was found around campus.
Hillels are supposed to be pluralistic environments on college campuses. But Stanford student Emma Neiman says that her university’s Hillel favors Orthodoxy.
New studies of climate change continue to pour out almost daily. Wars, fire and even road rage and domestic violence could rise along with the mercury.
Stanford’s women’s soccer team won its first NCAA championship on Sunday, and senior Camille Levin was instrumental in making it happen. “Levin had one of the strongest games of her career and was arguably the best player on the field today for either side,” wrote Joseph Beyda in the New York Times.
Just a few months after his son Daniel Pearl was kidnapped and murdered by terrorists in Karachi, Pakistan, Judea Pearl approached Rabbi Patricia Karlin-Neumann, Senior Associate Dean for Religious Life at Stanford University, about the possibility of organizing a concert in his son’s memory to take place around his birthday, October 10. “He wanted there to be a concert in every place Danny had lived,” explained Karlin-Neumann.