House panel widens Harvard probe to include President Claudine Gay plagiarism charges

In order to find out the growing list of plagiarism charges against President Claudine Gay, House Republicans expanded their investigation into Harvard University. This raises concerns that the college is holding its students to a higher standard than its leadership. Harvard Corporation have been asked for documents and communications related to its independent review of … Read more

Ivy Leagues having no donations amid allegations of Antisemitism

Ivy Leagues having no donations amid allegations of Antisemitism

Billionaires are scaling back their donations to Ivy League colleges amidst growing concerns of antisemitism and anti-Israel sentiment, exacerbated by Hamas’ terror attack on Israel in October. This attack claimed the lives of over 1,400 Israeli civilians and soldiers, including 35 Americans. In response, some elite U.S. campuses witnessed statements that equated Hamas’ actions with … Read more

Harvard, Larry Hogan and Student Groups Clash Over Letter on Israel and Hamas

Former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan became the latest noteworthy individual to withdraw from Harvard on Monday, after student groups there signed a statement blaming Israel for Hamas’s deadly attacks earlier this month. The Republican posted a letter he addressed to Harvard in which he informed the institution that he was withdrawing his “offer to participate … Read more

Students for Fair Admission—Shaping the Landscape of Affirmative Action in Tertiary Education

Students For Fair Admission

In the realm of tertiary education in the US, affirmative action by legal authorities for “University admission policies” has long been a contentious issue across the country. In relation to these legal proceedings appertaining admission policies,  Students for Fair Admission (SFFA) has emerged as a “central player” in the ongoing debate. Students For Fair Admission … Read more