How universities should confront antisemitism on campus
The shamelessness of antisemitism in higher education has been unmasked with the horrific Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel. Until now, examples of antisemitism have been mostly beneath the surface and largely unaddressed: student organizations blocking leadership posts for pro-Zionist students; faculty refusing to write letters of recommendation for students who wish to study in Israel; administrators treating claims of harassment against Jews differently from other groups.
Originally published: November 6, 2023
Author: Ronald D. Liebowitz
Institution: Brandeis University
Published by: The Boston Globe