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  1. The Campus Wars Aren’t About Gender … Are They?

    Gift Article, read for free at the NYTs "In the first weeks of the war between Israel and Hamas, Nancy Andrews read about American college presidents under fire and something nagged at her. Why, she wondered, did it seem like so many of those presidents were women? .... 'Four wom
  2. Why Some Academics Are Reluctant to Call Claudine Gay a Plagiarist

    A political-science professor wrestles with his role in the drama surrounding the former Harvard president. By Emma Green On Tuesday, Claudine Gay resigned as president of Harvard University, just six months into a tenure marked by campus unrest and controversy. After Hamas militan
  3. Famous last smirks—or how to get Penn'd when you don't know the meaning of "intifada"

    Text preview of my latest article at Parthian Shot (substack) goes into some detail explaining the scam Representative Elise Stefanik ran on the three college presidents (now two minus one), and which has worked pretty well on liberal media, Democrats, and lots of other people wh
  4. The real story and problem with the three college presidents fiasco—Stefanik lied!

    My latest article at Parthian Shot (substack) goes into some detail explaining the scam Representative Elise Stefanik ran on the three college presidents (now two minus one), and which has worked pretty well on liberal media, Democrats, and lots of other people who allowed Stefan
  5. Why UPenn President Liz Magill is facing more pressure than other university presidents over antisemitism

    By Chris Isidore and Matt Egan, CNN Numerous college presidents are facing criticism about their responses to antisemitism on their campuses. But none more than University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill. Some have called for the resignations of Harvard University President Cl
  6. THE LEVEL OF ANTISEMITISM STARTS AT THE TOP... #news #politics #Congress #Religion #Antisemitism #CollegePresidents
  7. For University Leaders, Silence on the Israel-Hamas War is Not Golden

    By Michael S. Roth The surprising new call for college presidents to go mute on social issues is echoing through a spectrum of editorial pages. We have long known that abstinence is no way to learn; silence is not golden. The fear of alienating donors, students or faculty must not