Saturday, December 27, 2014 Tevet 5, 5775
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Bryan Schwartzman and Eric Berger
Student leaders at the Swarthmore College Hillel have declared they no longer will adhere to Hillel International’s guidelines on Israel, but what happens next for the group isn’t exactly clear.
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Forty years after the signing of the 1973 Paris Peace Accords, which trumpeted the end of direct U.S. involvement in the Vietnam war, some of the soldiers who fought in that difficult conflict reflect on their experiences.
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The Swarthmore group will no longer adhere to Hillel International's guidelines, which bar Hillels from hosting speakers who do not abide by certain principles related to Israel.
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Rom Kampeas, JTA
At the annual meeting late last month of the American Studies Association, held in Washington, D.C., participants who favored boycotting Israeli universities far outnumbered those opposed to the idea.
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When a 45-year-old local real estate developer went back to school at Bucks County Community College, he discovered no Hillel on campus. He immediately sprang into action.
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