At the end of the fall ’22 semester, Pomona president Gabi Starr announced plans to combat antisemitism and support middle-income student enrollment.
The David Horowitz Freedom Center will sue Pomona and Pitzer Colleges for alleged anti-Semitism, citing Trump’s new executive order.
Last week, two other Jewish students and I painted the words “Antisemitism exists. Acknowledge it” in big black letters, along with two blue Stars of David, on Pomona College’s Walker Wall, a space dedicated to free speech. Less than a day later, part of our message and one star were
The events of this past weekend horrified and disgusted the world, yet left the Jewish community, on the whole, unsurprised. Perhaps due to the fact that I revisit anti-Semitism week after week in Post-Holocaust Philosophy Theory with Pomona College professor Oona Eisenstadt, I have become especially inured to the idea
Scripps College is currently investigating two separate incidents of vandalism — one that seems to be anti-Semitic and one which involved racist language — directed at individual students, Dean of Students Charlotte Johnson announced in an email to students Thursday morning. In the first incident, someone posted a flyer for a
In the months following the white supremacy protests in Charlottesville, the national spotlight has illuminated the memorialization of individuals who used their power to demean others. Such figures include General Robert E. Lee, General Stonewall Jackson, and General John Hunt Morgan, who led the Confederacy’s revolt in the defense of