Their open letter calls it “an intolerable violation of academic freedom”
Josh Harmon’s Bad Jews is like forcing the whole Lord of the Rings into a tiny suffocating room.
Richard Brooks has issued a statement via social media against allegations made yesterday
The world’s best answerer of charged questions spoke engagingly for ten minutes without saying anything.
Last time, there were protests
I need the NUS to support me and all the other minorities this privileged university bubble contains
“Why do you see a large Jewish society as a problem?”
Palestine deserves better than a gang of self-righteous ego-maniacs
They claim the talks were organised to “direct attention away from the growing success of Israeli Apartheid Week”.
Will it be the Mitchell brothers or the Kray twins?
Just when you thought controversy had ceased
After the Israeli ambassador’s excursion to the Union this week, MARTHA SAUNDERS debates the necessity of ‘taking sides’
The Israeli ambassador to the UK, Daniel Taub, visited the Union last night to speak about his perspective on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Why a voice isn’t just for people on that shitty talent show
Stephen Hawking joins the academic boycott of Israel, shunning a conference in Jerusalem.
ALEX BOWER is back with his latest column. Meet his landlord, a self-styled hip-hop terrorist whose life is one constant high.
JAMES MACNAMARA is left in two states of mind over a play that addresses the fallout of British Imperialism in the Middle East.
CAITLIN DOHERTY regains some faith in Cambridge Theatre after this collection of pertinent and political pieces. All for charity too.