Last Wednesday, conservative columnist Bret Stephens spoke about Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack, the ensuing violence in Gaza, and the overlap between anti-Israel sentiments and antisemitism. His presence sparked controversy and the organization of counter-programming.
A coalition of student groups organized a panel of experts on the Middle East and Palestine as counter-programming to a talk by Bret Stephens. The panelists discussed the history of Israeli violence in the Gaza Strip and the racism of the modern Zionist movement.
Foreign Currents columnist Cole Warren ’24 is joined by Editor-in-Chief Sam Spratford ’24 to problematize the “Manichean worldview” voiced by Bret Stephens at last week’s talk.
A group of college faculty members calls upon the Trustees to divest from entities that directly profit from the Israeli military operations currently laying waste to Gaza.
The vigil, organized by the Multicultural Resource Center and Center for Religious and Spiritual Life, included speakers from a diversity of religious backgrounds and a candle-lit walk to the war memorial.
Following the doxxing of members of The Student editorial board, the AAS voted to call on the administration to denounce intimidation of students in a message to the broader community, including alumni.
Contributing Writer Caden Stockwell ’25 calls for The Student to implement editorial measures that push back on the mainstream media bias against Palestine.