Defiant Jewish undergraduates are forming their own national organization dedicated to combating anti-Semitism and promoting Jewish pride. Join us.
Jewish students like me thought not being on campus would at least spare them some drama. We couldn’t have been more wrong.
If Israel wants to capture the hearts and minds of young American Jews (and their parents), here’s how
And the toxic BDS professors who tell it
American universities have become whirlpools of downward mobility that target the people and the ideas that they once cherished and protected. It’s time for Jews to stop paying for them.
Attempts by Jewish groups to stop a panel of anti-Israel speakers at UMass are misguided and bound to backfire
Finkielkraut, attacked (and defended)
A sitting American justice from the state of the Pittsburgh massacre speaks out on First Amendment rights, Christchurch, and the dangers of a pivotal moment in our history
Despite a few recent examples of college administrations standing up for Jewish students, faculties are likely to bend to anti-Israel pressure in the long run unless opposed systemically
Is a Kingsborough Community College professor a racist or a victim of ‘academic mobbing’?
A Midwest road trip makes a mother ponder independence, parenting, and Jewishness
$70k is a lot of money
Campus anti-Israelism isn’t merely an attack on Israel, or even Jews in general. It is an attack on the very norms and values of the university—and with it, on the norms and values at the heart of Western civilization.
Prominent academic offers inside look at anti-Israel campaign of deception
Wake Forest’s Barry Trachtenberg tells the House Judiciary Committee not to worry about the Jews
Rife with contradictions and short on facts, Jasbir K. Puar’s work is an intellectual and moral hoax
The student-produced guide names the Jewish state as a singular threat to peace and justice and labels its Tel Aviv campus an imperial project
Interviews with Jewish students on California campuses suggest the loudest voices, on the right and left, don’t represent their communities
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