The Nobel Peace Prize-winning college president’s troubling silence during World War II.
The move may result in serious legal consequences for the publicly funded law school.
Bad math, the digital humanities, and woke question-begging.
When scholarship becomes activism.
The cost of politicization.
They got things wrong, and failed to learn from their mistakes.
When your “diversity, equity, and inclusion senator” starts cursing the Jews.
The case of Xiyue Wang.
Students who go to war aren’t phased by micro-aggressions.
Ivory towers, still stuck in the sand.
Godlessness and man at Harvard.
Even in contemporary higher education, it’s possible for anti-Israel zealots to go too far.
“As with so many intellectuals, Said’s cultural influence was greater than his merits.”
Scholars pursue truth; politicians pursue power.
The most polished writing and
sharpest analysis in the Jewish world.