One prejudice is considered acceptable on campus.
Arnold Horween, Jewish sports hero.
A university can fire a professor for heresy, but can’t refuse to hire someone who spent his life libeling Israel.
Kenneth Roth and the Kennedy School.
Current policies for ensuring diversity look a lot like those used to keep Jews out.
“A moral obligation.”
A smokescreen for something darker.
“It has led some of the most decent, kind, and thoughtful people I know at Harvard to become propagators of anti-Semitism.”
Understanding the legacy of Judah Monis.
Young people entering universities should arrive with a strong moral sense.
Godlessness and man at Harvard.
At arguably the moment of Harvard’s greatest involvement with Jews and Judaism, new movements in (anti-)intellectual thought started to creep in, too.
A “view of Judaism on its own terms.”
The Association for Asian-American Studies is happy to condemn Israel but won’t condemn quotas on Asian Americans.