Claremont Students for Justice in Palestine’s decision to bring filmmakers Abby Martin and Mike Prysner to campus last week elicited controversy over past statements.
Pomona College President Starr and administrators criticized legislation ASPC passed April 22, citing a lack of student representation in the decision.
The David Horowitz Freedom Center will sue Pomona and Pitzer Colleges for alleged anti-Semitism, citing Trump’s new executive order.
Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) planned a series of movie screenings and workshops as a part of Israeli Apartheid Week, a period of two weeks between April 3 and 14. An anonymous SJP Steering Committee member said that the goal of Israeli Apartheid Week is “to get more information out
Suspending Pitzer College’s study abroad program with the University of Haifa in Israel would be a “major blow” to the college, Pitzer President Melvin Oliver said in a Pitzer College Council meeting Nov. 29. The Council, a student and faculty governance board, is expected to vote on the motion at
Pitzer Student Senate voted down a resolution of no confidence in president Melvin Oliver over his veto of the College Council’s vote to cancel the college’s Haifa study abroad program, but unanimously approved a motion condemning his decision.
Ahead of Pitzer College Council’s vote on Haifa today, here’s everything you need to know.
In the wake of Pitzer President Melvin Oliver’s veto of the suspension of the Haifa study abroad program, some are calling for his ouster.
With tensions running high around Pitzer College’s study abroad program in Haifa, it’s important to take a step back and make sure discussion on the Israel-Palestine conflict is productive.
After Pitzer College voted to suspend its study abroad program to Israel’s University of Haifa, President Melvin Oliver vetoed the decision.