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GW University opens investigation into allegations of professor’s antisemitism

Graduate psychology students alleged that they had been targeted last fall by their professor due to “their Jewish and Israeli identities.” 

By ANDREW LAPIN/JTA
19/01/2023

A surprising effect: People wearing masks may have trouble identifying other faces

It's obviously harder to identify someone with a mask - but apparently, it is also harder to identify someone else while wearing a mask yourself!

By ELIAV BATITO/MAARIV ONLINE
18/01/2023

RUNI Ventures announces first closing of investment fund at $30m.

According to the university, a substantial percentage of the target amount has already been raised and the fund is poised to begin making investments. 

Students across Israel protest against judicial reform, 4 arrested

At the same time, right-wing organization Im Tirtzu organized counterdemonstrations in support of the government's plans.

Stabbing of Indiana student was racially motivated, university says

The victim told police she was waiting for the bus doors to open when another passenger began hitting her in the head.

By REUTERS
15/01/2023

UK student union failed to protect Jewish students from antisemitism - investigation

The NUS has a bad track record of failing to protect Jewish students from antisemitism and hate crimes within its organization for over a decade.

Zionism is more than just a viewpoint and passion - opinion

Attempts to portray Zionism as merely a viewpoint are a transparent backdoor to excuse antisemitism - a backdoor that must be nailed shut.

By ASHER STERN
12/01/2023

Christian Birthright program Passages brought 10,000 students to Israel

“We are at a unique moment in history, where Jews and Christians can come together for the first time and create positive and impactful experiences,” said Passages co-founder Rivka Kidron.

Activists call for court shutdown, lawyer protest, against judicial reforms

Eight Israeli law faculty deans also criticized the reforms in a letter, warning they would alter the system of checks and balances.

Hillary Clinton to become Columbia University SIPA professor

Clinton will officially join in February and will serve as a professor of practice at Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and as a Columbia World Projects presidential fellow

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