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Veterans ‘Check the Boxes’ Colleges Now Seek

A growing number of colleges are actively recruiting military service members and veterans and expanding support services for them.

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A Wake-Up Call for Jewish Faculty

Jewish faculty and staff need institutionally supported spaces for community, now more than ever, Marina Umaschi Bers writes.

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New State-Funded N.C. Distinguished Professorships Will Be Limited to STEM

Recently passed legislation cuts off future humanities scholars from a long-running program that provides higher pay.

Online Statements Threaten Cornell’s Jewish Students

A series of “horrendous, antisemitic messages” threatening violence to Jewish students at Cornell University were posted on an independent discussion...
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‘From the River to the Sea’ Slogan Inflames Conference

Ethnomusicologists are dealing with the fallout from a presentation by Native American scholars that briefly used a controversial Palestinian phrase. 

Poor Campus Climate at White Institutions, Report Says

Predominantly white universities aren’t doing enough to make students of color feel like they belong, the Education Trust said in...
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Editor Fired After Sharing ‘Onion’ Article on Israel, Hamas

A journal ousted its editor in chief, a Berkeley professor, after social media backlash over his criticism of Israel.

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A Catholic University Welcome Mat for Jewish Students Feeling Embattled

As tensions over the Israel-Hamas conflict play out on college campuses, an Ohio university offers expedited transfers for students dealing with antisemitism.