Gatecrashers Ep. 4: The truth about historical caps on Jewish enrollment in the Ivy League
Campus Week: Jewish populations are falling at schools like Harvard and Yale. Should we care?
A look back at the original American campus sex scandal, and whose lives it actually changed
The iconoclastic Yale computer scientist, writer, painter, and lover of Medieval art has strong ideas about how America should be
In 2015, an email over Halloween costume propriety prompted a public debate over free speech and race. Its conclusion is telling.
Happy New Year from a doo-wop singer who opened for Jimi at Woodstock, then became a biblical scholar
Campus Week: Lessons learned—and avoided—in a free-speech debacle in the Ivy League
Justice Rosalie Abella offered a tearful account of how American ideals inspired her and her father, a Holocaust survivor and refugee
Don’t dismiss the petulant students at Yale and elsewhere
—they’re here to tell us what we should’ve known a long time ago: American academia is beyond salvation
Campus Week: The problem with protests isn’t that they’re radical, but that they’re not radical enough
A recent controversy over potentially offensive Halloween costumes at the Ivy League campus makes me ask: Where are the adults?
With ‘Indecent,’ Paula Vogel and Rebecca Taichman return to Sholem Asch’s ‘God of Vengeance’ for the throbbing thrills only your grandmother could know
The great critic’s sparkling new tour of American literature illuminates the sublime life of books
‘Your purpose in life … is simply this: to improve the world’
In an original Tablet short documentary, meet Morris Dickstein, the youngest old intellectual in New York City
What would ousted Yale chaplain Bruce Shipman do in light of the incident?
The Yale Episcopal chaplain, forced out over accusations of anti-Semitism, talks about his downfall
Claimed ‘best antidote’ to anti-Semitism was for Jews to pressure Israel
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