What does the upcoming referendum say about the atmosphere on campus—that Columbia’s most famous divestment to date was from apartheid South Africa?
There are striking contrasts between how Israel boycotts are treated by rules- and results-based institutions and institutions ruled by emotion that have no oversight.
A movement to get colleges to stop investing in fossil-fuel companies provides a model for the Left’s anti-speech tactics in every sphere.
Democracies are at our best when we can tolerate dissent, open our minds, and let our artists pour out their hearts.
Student activists stage sit-ins at their colleges to protest endowment investments in fossil fuels.
The inclination to minimize divestment efforts is understandable. Supporting censorship isn’t.
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