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Antisemitism has long been described as a sign of sociocultural rot that corrodes its host society from within. This rot afflicts American university campuses more than anywhere else in the U.S. This was vividly described by nine courageous Jewish students at a House Education and Workforce Committee hearing last week.

The students, Shabbos Kestenbaum of Harvard, Noah Rubin of the University of Pennsylvania, Talia Khan of MIT, Edgar Yadegar of Columbia, Hannah Beth Schlachter of the University of California Berkeley, Joe J. Gindi of Rutgers, Kevin Feigelis of Stanford and Yasmeen Ohebsion of Tulane and Jacob Khalili of Cooper Union told harrowing stories of harassment and discrimination, of being singled out for their Jewish identities.

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Sarah Stern
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