Seeming to give credence to what wry Professor Edward Alexander referred to as the “explosive power of boredom” among some members of the professoriate, around 400 “professors of Jewish Studies in North and South America, Europe, and…
Faculty members approved a resolution at DePaul University condemning a colleague for his public stance on the moral case behind Israel’s occupation the West Bank territory.
The Columbia University chapter of the pro-Palestinian student group known as the Students for Justice circulated a flyer which had the image of an Israeli soldier with horns. No condemnation has been issued by the university.
Students and faculty at Pitzer College voted to stop a study-abroad program in Israel, but the college president announced his opposition to the move to stop the program.
Another anti-Israel resolution was defeated by a student government, this time at Columbia University.
A lecture and documentary film event at the University of California-Irvine apparently focused entirely on anti-Zionism, allegedly portraying Jews in a negative light in the film and in the post-film discussion.
Liberal student activists have gone 0-for-6 in trying to push universities to divest from Israeli companies, otherwise known as the BDS movement.
The University of Oregon is facing an internal division over a student body’s vote to divest from any company that has any relationship with Israel, including hummus maker Sabra.
After ten hours of discussion and disagreement, UC-Santa Barbara student senators walked out a meeting on whether to pass a boycott-Israel resolution or not to.
Over fifty student groups at New York University are pushing a petition to encourage the university administration to divest from Israel-produced goods and products such as Sabra-brand hummus.