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The AAUP Explains Antisemitism and Gets It Wrong

The AAUP compromised its political neutrality in taking sides in the contested debate over the definition of antisemitism, Cary Nelson and Steven Lubet write.

A New Tool for Assessing Campus Climate on Religion

The tool will allow colleges and universities to assess their atmosphere for religious diversity.

Calvin and Research Center Split Over LGBTQ Rights

An employee quit in order to speak freely about her same-sex marriage. Now students and alumni are pressuring the evangelical university to reform its discriminatory policies on sexuality.

Preparing for an Uncertain Future

Theological school leaders say their institutions need to respond to changing times and new challenges. A philanthropic foundation wants to help them do so.

Coming Together in a Time of Crisis

Faith-based colleges and universities are stepping up their efforts to support the citizens of Ukraine as Russia’s assault on the country continues.

‘A Graphic Visual Reminder of What Has Been Lost’

Russian forces shelled and destroyed the building that housed the Hillel chapter in Kharkiv, Ukraine. The international Jewish student organization is helping students and employees fleeing the country.

An Online Hub for Spirituality and Activism

The Graduate Theological Union has created an online platform featuring lessons by scholars about spirituality and activism.

Jewishness, Whiteness and Privilege

Complaint alleges Jewish students in Brooklyn College’s mental health counseling program were painted by professors and fellow students as “white and privileged” and complicit in the oppression of people of color.