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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, May 30, 2017


As winter session comes to an end, City College of New York’s finest are gearing up for the spring. From policy issues to technical courses on coding, City College students have an abundance of new and unique courses to choose from.

A select list of spring courses follows:

The Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture offers advanced studios, like Broadway: A Kind of Animated Mirror, to their M Arch II, third-year M Arch, and fourth- and fifth- year B Arch students.

Immigration and the 2d Generation and Migration and the Law, from The Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership, both deal with policy issues related to sociology and political science.

As part of the School of Education’s Multilingual Learner Project, a

Award-winning documentary filmmaker Joe Fab and artist and educator Cheryl Rattner Price are calling for all 50 states to mandate Holocaust education in the public schools, to combat a rise in hate crimes nationwide that spiked around the presidential election.

In commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Jan. 27, Fab and Rattner Price are urging residents in every state to call and write to their governors and demand that the Holocaust be taught in public schools. Currently only

When Kathy Mioni took over as the principal of Akiva Academy in the post-industrial city of Youngstown, Ohio, the school had 52 students and was in danger of closing within a year.

Seven years later, the Jewish community day school’s enrollment has grown by an even 100 and expanded by two grades — in addition to a preschool and infant care. And Mioni is quick to say why: Two-thirds of the students, most of them not Jewish, have nearly all their tuition paid for by Ohio’s state

Boycotting Historians Denounce Blacklists Just as They Call for Blacklisting Israeli Academics

Of the many examples of the shameful degradation of values in academia, few are more intellectually grotesque than academic boycotts, which, in their present form, are almost exclusively targeted at Israeli scholars and institutions. In the latest example, at their January annual meeting the American Historical Association (AHA) debated among their members two petitions: the first, which was

In early December, a bipartisan Congressional bill, H.R. 6421/S. 10, the “Antisemitism Awareness Act,” took on a long-overdue task, namely, increasing “understanding of the parameters of contemporary anti-Jewish conduct and will assist the Department of Education in determining whether an investigation of anti-Semitism under title VI is warranted.”

“Jewish students,” the bill accurately noted, “are being threatened, harassed, or intimidated in their schools . . . including through harassing