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Ivy League Schools Get Heat After Pittsburgh Statements Don’t Mention Jews

Alyssa Fisher

Forward

Fri Nov 02 2018

Two Ivy League universities got called out about their statements addressing the mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue, as they failed to mention the tragedy was an act of anti-Semitism.

The leaders of Columbia University and Dartmouth College shared vague statements with their students earlier this week regarding the shooting, where 11 people were killed at prayer by a gunman who reportedly said, “All Jews must die.” Neither mentioned that it was a hate crime against Jews — or mentioned Jews at all....

Ivy League Schools Get Heat After Pittsburgh Statements Don’t Mention Jews