A Statement from Hofstra University

We have read Ms. Abelman’s Op-Ed in the Hofstra Chronicle with tremendous concern. Hofstra University condemns anti-semitism and is committed to ensuring that our campus promotes diversity, inclusion and freedom from all forms of discrimination.  We will thoroughly investigate the claims made in the Chronicle editorial and take all appropriate steps to protect and further the rights of all campus members to be free from discrimination.  Hate of any kind has no place at Hofstra and it will not be tolerated.


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