A student put up anti-Semitic art from Der Stürmer next to flyers with Valley’s cartoons.
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Three Jewish groups called on the university to “effectively address [the] threat of violence against Jewish students.”
Taube has given more than $100 million to the university, including sponsoring the Center for Jewish Studies and the Hillel House.
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.
****At The Forward, we find that it is important to monitor the surge of anti-Semitism occurring now throughout the country and the world. The following are five anti-Semitic things that happened just within the past week.
According to the report, the swastikas (often badly drawn) popped up on 10 street signs near and within the prestigious university’s campus. One of the swastikas was accompanied with the words “No Jews Allowed.”
Burik, who was raised as a Reform Jew, with a Jewish mother and Catholic father, chose St. Ignatius College Prep’s team instead of the fourth-best public school in Illinois, Whitney Young, because of St. Ignatius’ “faith-based learning.”
A former Stanford University swimmer, whose six-month jail sentence for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman in 2015 was widely decried as too lenient, is set to be released from a San Francisco-area jail on Friday.
Former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner will be released on Friday after serving three months for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman near a fraternity party, a sentence that has ignited fierce debate over the way California defines and punishes rape.