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Three stills from a video showing Jonathan Roth allegedly grabbing the hand of a student who tried to block his phone camera.

Professors Evacuated, Put on Leave in Hectic Pro-Palestine Protest

When the director of Jewish studies at one California State University campus visited another to speak on Israel and Palestine, things went awry.

A photo illustration including a photo of Richard Brunson and campuses where he worked.

Professor Resigned After Sexual Harassment Inquiry—and Got More Work

An orchestra conductor left the Universities of Wisconsin in 2022 after an investigation into accusations that he forcibly kissed a student. Goshen College fired him Monday, saying it didn’t know.

Pro-Israel and Pro-Palestine protesters counter one another.

New Study Highlights Campus Antisemitism ‘Hot Spots’

A survey of about 2,000 Jewish students across the country found their perceptions of antisemitism varied from one campus to another.

A group of Spelman, Morehouse and Clark Atlanta students stand in the back seat of a car waving, wearing formal suits, dresses and sashes for homecoming.

An Unneighborly Dispute About Spelman-Morehouse Title IX Complaints

A lawsuit and persistent allegations of mishandled sexual assault complaints by Spelman women against Morehouse men raise troubling questions about the close bond between the colleges.

Spelman Student Sues Morehouse Over Title IX Complaint

A Spelman College student filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Morehouse College that claims campus officials dismissed her Title IX complaint...

New Report on Supporting Student Parents Who Face Abuse

A new brief from Generation Hope, an organization focused on student parents, calls attention to how domestic violence can affect...

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...
Three protesters, one for Israel and two for Palestine, stand by greenery.

Fear and Anger Spread on Campuses as Protesters’ Rhetoric and Actions Escalate

Criticism and condemnation mount as colleges struggle to strike a balance between making fearful students feel safe and allowing protesters to express their free speech rights.