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  • Most New Yorkers believe ugly anti-Israel protests are now antisemitic, back police crackdown after Columbia chaos: poll [swastika-palestine]

    05/26/2024 11:41:35 AM PDT · by Freeleesy · 17 replies
    NY Post ^ | May 2, 2024 | Carl Campanile
    The vast majority of New Yorkers believe that the anti-Israel protests on Big Apple campuses were fueled by antisemitism — and they support the police crackdown on the ugly demonstrations, an eye-opening new poll shows. Sixty-one percent of registered voters from across the Empire State agreed that the campus protesters “have forgotten that Hamas started this war” and that the demonstrations “have crossed the line into anti-Semitism,” according to a Sienna College poll.
  • Adams: ‘Major Media’ Accepting Antisemitism by Whitewashing Campus Antisemitism

    05/25/2024 1:46:19 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 8 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 05/25/2024 | Ian hatchett
    During an interview with RUSA Radio on Friday, New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) stated that “we have normalized antisemitism” in a way that wouldn’t be tolerated if it was directed towards another group and there’s been “acceptance even in some of our major media” and an attempt to downplay campus antisemitism. Adams said, “We’re witnessing a rise in hate across the globe in general, but specifically, after October 7, we witnessed a sharp increase in antisemitism, and we’re clear that New York City has no room for hate. If there’s antisemitism, anti-Sikhism, Islamophobia, anti-African Americans, no matter what...
  • California Senate passes ban on parental notification for TK-12 gender changes

    05/25/2024 6:11:41 AM PDT · by Mr. Mojo · 32 replies
    Just the News ^ | May 24, 2024 | Kenneth Schrupp
    The California Senate passed a bill that would ban parental notification for gender changes in public TK-12 and provide more resources to increase parental support of LGBTQ pupils. While parents broadly support disclosure rules and have approved them in many school districts, state leaders, including the attorney general — who has supported lawsuits against districts with disclosure rules — say these efforts harm transgender children. In the past year, school districts across California have adopted measures requiring parents to be notified if their children request to officially change their pronouns, go by a different name, or use facilities or school...
  • Harvard Pro-Hamas Students Meet Their Consequences

    05/25/2024 8:05:24 AM PDT · by MinorityRepublican · 29 replies
    Townhall ^ | May 23, 2024 | Sarah Arnold
    The entitled Harvard students who participated in the pro-Hamas campus encampments are in for a rude awakening that their mommy and daddy cannot bail them out of. Harvard’s Administrative Board has rejected a recommendation from faculty members to allow the 13 students who protested against Israel to graduate with their classmates. The seniors will not be allowed to graduate even if they are in good standing or have never faced a prior disciplinary action during their four years at the Ivy League school. 115 faculty members attended an annual FAS degree meeting where they argued against withholding degrees from the...
  • Are Gaza Protests Happening Mostly at Elite Colleges?

    05/24/2024 6:47:53 PM PDT · by MinorityRepublican · 10 replies
    Washington Monthly ^ | May 24, 2024 | Marc Novicoff and Robert Kelchen
    Student protestors at college campuses nationwide, united by their outrage at Israel’s actions in Gaza, can rightly be described as diverse. Despite the masks, it’s clear that they come from different racial backgrounds, and their views range from the belief that Israel should give up on its war effort to the conviction that Israel should be destroyed entirely. But one thing is not especially diverse about the protests: the campuses on which they’ve been happening. Many of the most high-profile protests have occurred at highly selective colleges, like Columbia University. But since the national media is famously obsessed with these...
  • Just IN: Substitute Teacher knocked out an Hispanic student for allegedly saying the N-Word.

    05/24/2024 9:58:09 PM PDT · by Morgana · 37 replies
    Terrence K Williams ^ | May 24, 2024 | te
    Terrence give his opinion on this incident. Plus he shows different video footage of the fight that was not shown on the news.
  • Rep. Tlaib: Pro-Hamas Protests Are The New Civil Rights

    05/24/2024 1:50:55 PM PDT · by antidemoncrat · 25 replies
    OANN ^ | 5/23/2024 | Nathaniel Mannor
    Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib says students should be able to set up encampments on college campuses. On Thursday, she made these comments during a press conference after police broke up encampments at the University of Michigan. Tlaib (D-Mich.) compared pro-Hamas demonstrations to the civil rights movement, claiming she is on the right side of history.
  • University of Oregon, student protesters reach agreement to end pro-Palestine encampment (UofO totally caved)

    05/24/2024 2:01:34 PM PDT · by jimtorr · 15 replies
    Daily Emerald (university student news rag) ^ | 24 May 2024 | Daily Emerald News Team
    Student negotiators and university officials reached an agreement to end the pro-Palestine encampment on the University of Oregon campus after 24 days. Five UO Coalition for Palestine representatives emerged from Johnson Hall, where the encampment was moved on May 16, after meeting with UO administrators including President John Karl Scholz. According to Michael Dreiling, a sociology professor and facilitator between the coalition and the university, encampment members have 24 hours to leave after signing the agreement. By the end of the night, some demonstrators were already packing up their tents, and cheers rang out from the site of the encampment...
  • Survey: 60% of teachers are afraid to go to school

    05/24/2024 6:18:11 AM PDT · by Libloather · 25 replies
    WSBTV ^ | 5/13/24 | Jodie Fleischer
    By the time Stephanie Hartung returned to her suburban Seattle classroom this school year, the gash on her head, black eye, and bruising all over her body had healed. But she doesn’t know if the anxiety and stress from her attack – at the hands of a 12-year-old – ever will. **SNIP** But an investigation by eight local television stations, working together in seven states, found thousands of teachers across the country have had similar experiences. Nearly 8,300 teachers in 34 states participated in a voluntary survey asking about violent encounters with students, their opinions about possible causes, and possible...
  • Even the Left Admits the Red-State Faculty “Brain-Drain” Never Happened

    05/24/2024 7:00:16 AM PDT · by karpov · 5 replies
    Much “news” today consists of quick, divisive headlines with little regard for complexity or subtlety. A prominent example is the rapid firestorm that surrounded the conservative governments of Florida, Texas, North Carolina, and Georgia last year when some faculty loudly expressed their dissatisfaction with right-leaning higher-ed reforms. Having consulted an American Association of University Professors (AAUP) survey on the subject, media everywhere ran with the notion that red-state faculty would soon be fleeing, with many outlets printing articles claiming a “brain-drain” would soon occur. The AAUP survey in question, conducted last fall, attempted to understand whether and why faculty members...
  • Half of trainee doctors at UCLAs prestigious medical school 'are failing basic tests after dean who's anti-white ignored affirmative action ban and terrorized staff with DEI rules'

    05/23/2024 11:16:03 PM PDT · by hillarys cankles · 39 replies
    DailyMail.com ^ | 24 MAY 2024 | Dominic Yeatman
    A DEI-fixated dean at UCLA's world-famous medical school has allowed standards to plummet by discriminating against white and Asian applicants, it is claimed. The David Geffen School of Medicine in Los Angeles boasts Nobel Prize winners on its faculty and accepts just 173 students out of the 14,000 who apply to it each year. But it has plunged from sixth to 18th place in the rankings since the appointment of Jennifer Lucerno as dean of admissions in June 2020 amid claims that the admissions bar for underrepresented minorities is now 'as low as you could possibly imagine'. 'All the normal...
  • University of North Carolina board repeals DEI mandates for all 17 campuses, DEI jobs on chopping block

    05/23/2024 7:03:12 PM PDT · by george76 · 11 replies
    College Fix ^ | MAY 23, 2024 | Jennifer Kabbany
    UNC system spends at least $90 million per year for some 686 staffers under DEI umbrella, watchdog found The UNC System Board of Governors on Thursday voted to repeal a five-year-old policy mandating diversity, equity and inclusion offices on each of its 17 campuses, paving the way for diversity jobs to by cut systemwide. The axed policy had also required the UNC system office plus all UNC universities to work toward DEI goals. The 24-member board voted by voice; two black trustees voted no on the new policy... The vote prompted protests near the meeting, some of which become violent,...
  • Pro-Palestinian Protesters Want UCSC to Cut Ties With Hillel and Chabad

    05/23/2024 3:30:02 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 6 replies
    Jewish Weekly ^ | MAY 23, 2024 | Andrew Lapin
    Pro-Palestinian encampment protesters at dozens of universities have called for their administrations to divest from Israel. But on two campuses, activists are asking their schools to split from organizations closer to home that they say are complicit in Israeli crimes. At Drexel University in Philadelphia and the University of California, Santa Cruz, pro-Palestinian protesters have demanded their universities cut ties with, or “terminate” the presence of, the schools’ Hillel chapters. The Drexel protesters also demand that the university “Immediately terminate Drexel Chabad,” an outpost of the Hasidic outreach movement. The protesters, including some Jewish students, argue that Hillel’s Zionist stance...
  • Harvard graduates walk out of commencement after weeks of protests

    05/23/2024 12:43:09 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 54 replies
    The Hill ^ | 05/23/2024 | MIRANDA NAZZARO
    Hundreds of graduates at Harvard University walked out of their commencement Thursday after the school announced 13 students who participated in the recent pro-Palestinian protests on campus would not be allowed to receive their diplomas with fellow students. Groups of graduates walked out chanting “Free, Free Palestine” and “Let them walk, let them walk” in reference to the students barred from walking at the ceremony, The Associated Press reported. A total of more than 1,000 students participated in the walkout, according to the school’s protest groups.
  • Uvalde Families Sue State Police, School District for Response to School Shooting

    05/23/2024 9:26:22 AM PDT · by george76 · 12 replies
    Wall Street Journal ^ | May 22, 2024 | Elizabeth Findell
    Two years after 19 fourth-graders and two teachers died, families and survivors also announce $2 million settlement with the city.. UVALDE, Texas— Families of children killed in the mass shooting at an elementary school here two years ago and survivors filed a lawsuit Wednesday against 91 state police officers and the local school district, calling their response the “single greatest failure of law enforcement to confront an active shooter in American history.” ... Uvalde attack and failures of responding law enforcement to stop the killing shocked the nation. A gunman killed 19 fourth-graders and two teachers while nearly 400 officers...
  • Shocking moment female middle school teacher is hurled to the ground by boy while trying to break up fight between two students

    05/23/2024 2:56:10 AM PDT · by Morgana · 32 replies
    Daily Mail UK ^ | May 23, 2024 | Martha Williams
    Shocking video has showed the moment a female middle school teacher was thrown to the ground while she tried to break up a fight between two students. The horrific incident took place at Hurshel Antwine Middle School in East El Paso, Texas on Monday, May 20. In the unsettling footage, the female teacher can be seen frantically trying to get in the middle of the two students. All of a sudden, one of the boys aggressively grabs the teacher and hurls her to the ground as fellow classmates cry out in shock. After the teacher was thrown to the ground,...
  • UPenn student Eliana Atienza, left ‘homeless’ after she was suspended over anti-Israel camp, comes from wealthy family who boasts about lavish lifestyle

    05/22/2024 6:42:14 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 39 replies
    NY Post ^ | 05/22/2024 | Alex Oliveira
    A University of Pennsylvania student who claimed she was left “homeless” when administrators kicked her off campus for participating in an anti-Israel encampment is the daughter of a wealthy Filipino family. Eliana Atienza, 19 — who told the Philadelphia Inquirer she had nobody to turn to for help in the US after she was kicked off campus in early May — is the daughter of Kim Atienza, a prominent media personality in the Philippines who is partial to showing off his extravagant lifestyle online. Her mother, Felicia Atienza, graduated from the Wharton business school and has served as the president...
  • Interesting Book

    05/22/2024 7:55:48 AM PDT · by FrozenAssets · 9 replies
    5/22/2024 | Me
    I have been reading "The Thrid Reich in the Ivory Tower" by Stephen Norwood. It is a well researched book about the relationship between Ameriocan universities and the German NSDAP (NAZI's) in the thirties. It is especially interesting in light of recent events.
  • Federal Court Rules Maryland Parents Cannot Opt Children Out of LGBT Lessons

    05/22/2024 6:19:25 AM PDT · by Jan_Sobieski · 59 replies
    The Iowa Standard ^ | 05/20/2024 | Family Research Council
    Despite national attention and thousands of protesting parents, a federal court is refusing to allow parents to opt their children out of LGBT courses in school. The U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals decided on Wednesday that Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) in Maryland does not have to allow parents to opt their children out of LGBT-themed lessons. Judge G. Steven Agee, a George W. Bush appointee, claimed that the parents seeking to opt their children out of the lessons in question did not provide sufficient evidence to justify a preliminary injunction.In March of last year, MCPS added nearly two...
  • University Of North Carolina System Spends $90 Million On Nearly 700 Staffers Under The DEI Umbrella

    05/21/2024 12:20:13 PM PDT · by CFW · 9 replies
    OpenTheBooks-Substack ^ | 5/21/24 | ADAM ANDRZEJEWSKI
    The University of North Carolina’s 16 campuses spend no less than $90 million per year in pay and benefits on no fewer than 686 staffers under the “diversity, equity and inclusion” (DEI) umbrella. On Wednesday, the system’s governing board may end the controversial program that institutionalizes bias and prejudice based on neo-Marxist principles and falsehoods. Our audit team at OpenTheBooks.com reviewed official university payrolls after filing records requests and searched university websites for DEI committees and their membership lists. Here’s how the UNC program breaks down: 288 are employed in DEI-related roles listed on the UNC system’s payroll. Another 398...