Pitzer College’s president visited an Israeli university to celebrate academic freedom, soon after students and faculty tried to axe the college’s study-abroad program in Israel and tried to oust him.
A department at New York University said it will boycott the university’s study abroad program due to immigration restrictions imposed by the Israeli government, which would prevent some students and faculty from making it to Israel.
Cornell’s Student Assembly narrowly rejected an anti-Israel, BDS resolution by a vote of 15 to 14.
Another anti-Israel resolution was defeated by a student government, this time at Columbia University.
The movement to Boycott, Divest From and Sanction Israel (BDS) just suffered a severe setback as all ten chancellors of the University of California unequivocally condemned in a statement that did not leave much to the imagination.
The faculty at Pitzer College passed a BDS resolution that the student government there is protesting.
Only a week after the deadly assault on a Pittsburgh synagogue, BDS proponents at NYU launched a new proposal.
Once again, the people who lecture you on tolerance, diversity and sensitivity have none.
An Israeli Court ruled in her favor.
An American student active in the movement to Boycott, Divest from and Sanction Israel actually wants to study there, but the Israeli government isn’t sure that’s a good idea.