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.
Pitzer College is banning The Claremont Independent from attending Thursday’s College Council vote on Haifa.
Today, Pitzer College committed an egregious assault on the free press by banning a college media site from covering the upcoming Haifa vote.
After months of heated debate, the Pitzer College Council, a governance board comprising students and faculty, will vote at its March 14 meeting whether to suspend its study abroad program with Israel’s University of Haifa. While the Council’s vote is technically a recommendation to the president of the college, decisions
Pitzer College students and alumni expressed concerns over the lack of transparency and procedural ambiguities of a controversial faculty motion to suspend a Pitzer study abroad partnership with the University of Haifa. The motion discussed by students and faculty at a Pitzer College Council meeting Nov. 26 was originally intended
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