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.
Another divest-from-Israel student resolution is making its way in the George Washington University student association, after a failed attempt to do so last year over lack of attention to detail.