When scholarship becomes activism.
Kill the Jews, save the turtles.
Mohammed El-Kurd has claimed that Israelis “harvest organs of the martyred.”
Speakers at “Israel Apartheid Week” champion Vladimir Putin, Bashar al-Assad, and other evildoers.
Editors of the Chicago Maroon apologized for printing a critique of Students for Justice in Palestine.
Nearly a dozen student groups signed a statement defending Palestinian terrorism.
College leaders push to implement BDS measures.
The birthplace of “Israel Apartheid Week” seems satisfied with vague gestures.
The best preparation for college?
When your “diversity, equity, and inclusion senator” starts cursing the Jews.
Tamara Berens, Talia Katz, and Dovid Schwartz talk about their journeys to Jewish service, and how the Beren Summer Fellowship helped guide them.
An organized response to an invitation to speak at the London School of Economics.
If you feel you are unfairly taking the flak for Israel, don’t forget that Israel unfairly takes the flak for you.
Even in contemporary higher education, it’s possible for anti-Israel zealots to go too far.