1. WIFI Discrimination Scandal. The news about the Williams College Council’s decision to deny WIFI’s request for RSO status continues to ignite protests. Ironically, Maud Mandel has become both a hero and a villain in this matter.

Jewish Journal: StandWithUs Calls on Williams College to Formally Recognize Pro-Israel Group

Letter: Academic Engagement Network’s Complains to Maud Mandel

Breitbart: Williams College President Blasts Student Government for Rejecting Pro-Israel Group

The Berkshire Eagle: Mark G. Yudof, Michael Atkins and Miriam F. Elman: Williams must accept pro-Israel student group

The College Fix: Williams College tolerates ‘de facto discrimination’ against pro-Israel student group

Fire: Williams College Council denies recognition to pro-Israel student group

Forward: Williams College Council Votes Against Recognizing Pro-Israel Student Club

Letter: Zionist Organization of America

Campus Reform: Mass. college council rejects pro-Israel student group

The Times of Israel: College president ‘disappointed’ after student council rejects pro-Israel group

Inside Higher Ed: Pro-Israel Student Group ‘Silenced’ at Williams

Hotair: Student Government At Williams College Refused To Recognize A Pro-Israel Group

2. Affinity Housing. Andrew Sullivan chimes in on the April 9 rant and the new segregation movement at Williams. Look for the second segment of this article. Jerry Coyne, a biologist at the University of Chicago, is also maintaining a focus on the antics of Williams.

Andrew Sullivan: The Deeper Risk of Radical Multiculturalism

Jerry Coyne: Black students at Williams College favor self-segregated housing

3. Free Speech. Professor Luana Maroja’s concerns about her ability to teach biology on a woke campus inspire additional comments, again from the prolific Jerry Coyne.

Jerry Coyne: A Williams College professor describes her school’s fight against free speech

4. Fighting Professors.  Katie Kent and Dorothy Wang got into a public dispute about racism. One students was so traumatized that they think about the altercation in the middle of the night.

College Fix: Two professors got in an argument in a hallway. Student activists want the white one fired for ‘violence.’

Jerry Coyne: Williams College melts down in a big way

5. CSS Fights for Redemption. Nancy MacCauley, a black campus safety and security (CSS) officer, pushes back against the CARE Now leaders who are offended when CSS does its job.

Jerry Coyne: Williams College melts down in a big way

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