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University of Pennsylvania Donor Withdraws $100 Million Amid Antisemitism Concerns

A donor for the University of Pennsylvania is withdrawing almost $100 million after students have expressed an increase of antisemitism on campus following the October 7 attack on Israel.

Protestors Beat Pinata of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Pro-Palestine protestors at the University of California, Los Angeles, beat a piñata of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Jewish Billionaire Resigns from Columbia University Board Amid Antisemitism

Jewish billionaire and philanthropist Henry Sweica resigned from the Board of Columbia Business School amid a rise of antisemitism.

Leading Law Firms Warn Universities to Stop Antisemitism or Face Consequences

Some of the top law firms in the country warned in a letter that they may not recruit students from universities that allow antisemitic behavior or displays.

Columbia Students Stage Walkout From Hillary Clinton’s Class

Almost 30 students walked out of Hillary Clinton's class at Columbia University.

Billionaire Pulls Funding From Ivy League School Amid Student Protests For Palestine

Billionaire investor and Columbia University graduate Leon Cooperman has pulled funding for his alma matter, expressing disgust over students sharing anti-Israel sentiments on campus.

Middle School Jewish Students Told ‘All Israelis and Jews Should Be Killed’

Four 11-year-old Jewish students at Manhattan Beach Middle School were told by another student that "Jews should be killed."

Student ACT Scores at 30-Year Low

Student ACT scores are at a 30-year low, with some universities looking to drop admission testing requirements entirely.

Meta’s Threads Restricts COVID-Related Searches

Meta Platforms, the parent company of Threads, has implemented a temporary restriction on searches for terms related to “COVID,” “vaccines,” and “coronavirus,” aiming to curb disinformation.

DOJ Allegedly Warned IRS Not to Interview Joe Biden’s Grandchildren in Hunter Investigation

IRS whistleblowers told Congress that a Justice Department official told investigators not to interview President Biden's grandchildren as part of the federal investigation into Hunter Biden to avoid getting into "hot water." 

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