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Photo illustration showing scenes of campus protests, police and Virginia Foxx, chair of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

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Thanks for reading our coverage of the House antisemitism hearing featuring the leaders of Northwestern, Rutgers and UCLA.

The three university leaders were pressed frequently on their responses to campus protests, disciplinary action and how they are meting out punishment for those accused of harassing Jewish students during the three-hour hearing. Michael Schill, the Northwestern president, attracted the most attention over a deal he struck with protesters, and provided the strongest pushback to questions from Congress.

Katherine Knott, the federal policy reporter, Josh Moody, who covers campus leadership, and Jessica Blake, who has been staying on top of the campus protests, provided updates and analysis throughout the hearing. Read below to see how the college leaders fared under tough questioning from the committee.

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