The university’s Office of Student Affairs condemned the nonbinding resolution, which passed last week in a 22-11 vote with seven abstentions.
The resolution calls on the university to "divest from companies that profit from human-rights violations in Palestine"
The net effect was a presentation that romanticized and normalized the murder of Jews and promoted terrorism as reasonable political speech.
More than 400 Jewish students walked out of the university's student government meeting.
"This trip has given me a new perspective on Israel," participant says.
Israel supporters were equated with white supremacists.
One poster compared Zionism to Nazism, calling Gaza the “largest concentration camp in the world.”
Jewish students slam institution for allowing antisemitic rhetoric.