This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.
Part I (00:13 – 08:06)
Where is the Moral Outrage on Anti-Semitism at Harvard? President Claudine Gay Retains Her Position in the Midst of Anti-Semitic Comments and Plagiarism Allegations
- Why Defenders of Harvard’s President Are Focused on Academic Freedom by New York Times (Alan Blinder)
Part II (08:06 – 13:46)
Notice what STILL is Not Said: Evaluating the Harvard Corporation’s Support for President Claudine Gay
Part III (13:46 – 21:00)
Why is President McGill at the University of Pennsylvania Out While President Gay of Harvard is Not? As Expected, There is a Backstory
- How Rich Alumni Ousted Penn’s President Liz Magill by Wall Street Journal (Melissa Korn, Rachel Louise Ensign, Douglas Belkin)
- The Politics of Campus Free Speech Draw Scrutiny by Wall Street Journal (Douglas Belkin and Laura Kusisto)
Part IV (21:00 – 25:34)
Keep Your Pet Goldfish in the Bowl: The Invasion of Goldfish Terrorizing the Great Lakes
- Once They Were Pets. Now Giant Goldfish Are Menacing the Great Lakes. by New York Times (Livia Albeck-Ripka)
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