Columbia University classes moved online after rabbi says Jewish students should ‘return home’

Columbia University will hold classes virtually on Monday amid ongoing unrest and heightened concern for Jewish students’ safety on campus. The school’s president, Minouche Shafik, announced the shift to online learning early Monday and instructed faculty and stuff to work remotely if they can do so. “Our preference is that students who do not live… Source

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