Friday, September 18, 2015

Understatement of the week: “We all recognize that more work needs to be done,” Napolitano said.

There was this much agreement!
In an earlier post before the Regents' tolerance/intolerance discussion, we reproduced the links provided by UCOP News Clips. Here is the selection from UCOP News Clips the morning after:

Regents to Form Group to Rework University Intolerance Plan
(Associated Press)
The University of California's Board of Regents say they will form a working group to rework the first draft of system-wide principles defining intolerance after Jewish students expressed outrage that it makes no mention of anti-Semitism.
Regent Monica Lozano said at a meeting Thursday at UC Irvine that the group will draft a "thoughtful and yet descriptive" statement. Two dozen people, mostly Jewish students, expressed concern that the proposed "Statement of Principles Against Intolerance" does not address anti-Semitic incidents on campuses.
UC goes back to the drawing board on controversial revamp of free-speech policy
(The Los Angeles Times) Larry Gordon
Full text below.
UC regents blast bland intolerance statement as insulting to Jews
(The San Francisco Chronicle) Nanette Asimov
UC regents urge stronger statement against anti-Semitism in intolerance policy
(The Orange County Register) Roxana Kopetman
Accused of Ignoring Anti-Semitism, U. of California Moves to Rewrite Statement on Tolerance
(The Chronicle of Higher Education) Peter Schmidt
STUDENT PRESS: UC Regents to rewrite statement of principles to address anti-Semitism
(The Daily Californian) Ivana Saric
STUDENT PRESS: UC Regents seek to modify Statement of Principles Against Intolerance
(Daily Bruin) Ryan Leou
UC Regents Decide to Redraft Tolerance Policy (VIDEO)
(KGO/ABC7) Carolyn Tyler
University of California will revise statement against intolerance
(The Sacramento Bee) Alexei Koseff
Full text below.
UC regents reject much-hyped ‘principles of intolerance.’ Napolitano: ‘More work needs to be done’
(Jewish Journal) Jared Sichel
There had to be a morning after:

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