Blue-Haired College Instructor Cancels Class for ‘Global Strike for Palestine’

While most college students in the U.S. reluctantly dragged themselves to their first day of spring semester classes, students in Alyiah Gonzales’ English class on “race, writing, and power” had their first class of the year canceled “in solidarity with collective calls for a Global Strike for Palestine.” Lest they celebrate, Gonzales assigned them a 2-3 page paper on their understanding of “the relationship between writing, power, and systems of oppression.”

On today’s episode of The Spectator P.M. Podcast, hosts Ellie Gardey and Aubrey Gulick talk about the anti-semitic infection that has taken over academia. Tune in to the podcast to learn more.