David Wolpaw ’92 argues that a faculty letter calling for a ceasefire in Gaza “reeks of antisemitism” and runs counter to the values of a liberal democracy.
Activist Eric Ward spoke about the intersections of antisemitism and other types of bigotry, emphasizing that antisemitic tactics are often weaponized against other minorities.
As the second week of war in Israel and Palestine begins, students express grief about the violence and fear for both their own safety and the consequences of speech on campus. Students were able to find ways to come together in community despite dread about the future of the conflict.
Managing News Editor Leo Kamin ’25 explores the fraught and foreboding college life of legendary alum Robert Morgenthau ’41, a Jewish student who went on to serve as Manhattan’s longest-serving district attorney.
Kenneth S. Stern, a lawyer and expert on hatred and antisemitism, spoke at the college on Wednesday, March 29. Stern discussed the relationship between antisemitism and hate in general, conspiratorial thinking, and the problem of defining antisemitism.