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  • Hate has less of a home at Rutgers

    Hate has less of a home at Rutgers

    It turns out that anti-Semitic Facebook posts have consequences. On Friday, two months after a blog called IsraeliCool first reported the anti-Semitic social media habits of Rutgers professor Dr. Michael Chikindas, the university’s leaders announced that they were taking action.
  • Campus Antisemitism and Pseudo-Intellectual Complicity

    Campus Antisemitism and Pseudo-Intellectual Complicity

    n recent decades, academics promoting pseudo intellectual studies have sought to advance the notion that antisemitism in the contemporary context, and specifically on college and university campuses, is a mere illusion, created by a group of alarmists,” attempting to exaggerate the …
  • Hearing Puts Civil Rights, Special Education Nominees on Hot Seat

    Hearing Puts Civil Rights, Special Education Nominees on Hot Seat

    Democrats on the Senate education committee had some tough questions for President Donald Trump's picks to head up civil rights and special education policy at the U.S. Department of Education as the members vetted them for confirmation.
  • Antisemitism @ VT

    Antisemitism @ VT

    Did antisemitism somehow become a job prerequisite in academia? “We are horrified by the reports that we are hearing from Virginia Tech students,” Jennifer Gross, an attorney with the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights under Law says. “The problem …

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