A cultural studies professor who makes excuses for bigoted anti-Zionism is appointed to lead the university’s disingenuous ‘Task Force on Combating Antisemitism’
The U.S. tax code and federal contracts swell the coffers of wealthy Ivy League universities that teach hatred is OK. Taxpayers should cut them off.
The delicate relationship between two distinct cultures that helped shape America’s leading university
Gatecrashers Ep. 8: Declining Jewish student numbers, the changing face of the American university, and what happens in the generations after the gates are crashed
For years, the late Harvard professor Svetlana Boym refused to acknowledge her Soviet self. After her cancer diagnosis, she finally looked backward.
Ariel Sabar, in ‘Veritas,’ turns the true story of an academic con into a gripping thriller starring an overzealous feminist history prof, a wily forger, and Jesus’ wife
The future of higher education in America is online
The Ivy League school isn’t just an institution. It is an invocation.
Judah Monis and the failure of evangelizing translation as a spiritual exercise in early colonial America
A 17-year-old accepted to Harvard claims that U.S. officials denied his visa and deported him—before reversing that decision the day before the start of classes—based only on his friends’ social media posts
The day the Ivy League went full-on social media
The enigmatic, influential benefactor of the arts comes home to the temple of modernism he once shunned
‘Part of the power of this country is that we need each other at moments like this to do the thing that is right.’
Campus Week: Jewish populations are falling at schools like Harvard and Yale. Should we care?
Who gets in, and why?
Judging people based on the color of their skin rather than the content of their character is bigoted, no matter who does it and why
A reminder of what we are at our best, in a world that too often showcases our worst
Held the week of Transgender Day of Visibility, academics and practitioners from all walks of life discussed the overlap of religious law and identity—and the human soul