They must cultivate freedom, but are especially ill-suited to the task.
Reform can only happen from within, but must be instigated from without.
Anything done to the Jews in Israel will be justified.
A destructive pedagogical creed.
Who was it who was being murdered again?
Demanding loyalty oaths and apologizing for North Korea.
The Right to Maim comes to Princeton.
There is no “one-state reality.”
An essay sheds little light on circumstances in Israel, and much on the consensus in academia.
In Daniel Boyarin’s view, for Jews to keep others safe is the ethical thing, whereas for Jews to keep themselves safe is the “racist” thing.
And students are persecuted for complaining.
Sami al-Arian’s return to respectability.
A university can fire a professor for heresy, but can’t refuse to hire someone who spent his life libeling Israel.
The university has apologized for its sins, but has it forsaken them?