But will the college face up to the anti-Semitic climate on campus that the controversy over Joy Karega’s conduct exposed?
By Yair Rosenberg · November 16, 2016
Joy Karega, who is under investigation by the college for her conduct on social media, has apparently picked up right where she left off
By Yair Rosenberg · August 19, 2016
The college was made aware that it had an anti-Semitic professor on staff a month before the media broke the story. It failed to act—and that is just the tip of the iceberg.
By Yair Rosenberg · May 24, 2016
What does it say about Oberlin’s hiring processes that it picked a bigot–who claims Israel did 9/11 and created ISIS–to teach social justice writing courses to undergraduates?
By Yair Rosenberg · March 15, 2016
On Saturday, the Oberlin Board of Trustees challenged the college president’s defense of Joy Karega, a professor whose anti-Semitic Facebook posts stirred controversy on campus. The next day, students received an email from a man whose website educates readers about the ‘U.S.-Israel-Zionist mafia’ behind 9/11
By Jordana Narin and Jonathan Zalman · March 7, 2016