Bari Weiss

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 3: Line 3:
 
In the wake of the allegations of the [[2004]] film ''[[Columbia Unbecoming]]'' that Jewish students were being intimidated by professors in the [[MEALAC]] department, she and several other students founded a group, Columbians for Academic Freedom, to serve as an advocate for such students. Later, she became a vocal critic of tenure for Barnard anthropologist [[Nadia Abu El-Haj]].
 
In the wake of the allegations of the [[2004]] film ''[[Columbia Unbecoming]]'' that Jewish students were being intimidated by professors in the [[MEALAC]] department, she and several other students founded a group, Columbians for Academic Freedom, to serve as an advocate for such students. Later, she became a vocal critic of tenure for Barnard anthropologist [[Nadia Abu El-Haj]].
  
Weiss is currently working for the ''Wall Street Journal''.
+
She is currently an associate opinion editor for the ''Wall Street Journal''. She has also written for [[Tablet Magazine]].
 +
 
 +
In June 2013, she married Jason Kass, the founder of [http://www.toiletsforpeople.org/ ''Toilets for People''].<ref>[http://templesinaipgh.org/uploads/Doorways.AUG-SEP.2013.WEB_.pdf#page=3 Wedding announcement ]</ref>
  
 
[[Category:Columbia College alumni|Weiss]]
 
[[Category:Columbia College alumni|Weiss]]
 
[[Category:Class of 2007|Weiss]]
 
[[Category:Class of 2007|Weiss]]
 
[[Category:History majors|Weiss]]
 
[[Category:History majors|Weiss]]
 +
 +
<references />
 +
 +
==External Links==
 +
*[https://twitter.com/bariweiss Bari's twitter account ]
 +
*[http://www.tabletmag.com/author/bweiss Bari's author page on Tablet]
 +
*[http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/19/opinion/bill-gates-cant-build-a-toilet.html Jason's ''Times'' op-ed]

Revision as of 00:22, 19 November 2013

Bari Weiss CC '07 was founding editor in chief of The Current. She is very pro-Israel.

In the wake of the allegations of the 2004 film Columbia Unbecoming that Jewish students were being intimidated by professors in the MEALAC department, she and several other students founded a group, Columbians for Academic Freedom, to serve as an advocate for such students. Later, she became a vocal critic of tenure for Barnard anthropologist Nadia Abu El-Haj.

She is currently an associate opinion editor for the Wall Street Journal. She has also written for Tablet Magazine.

In June 2013, she married Jason Kass, the founder of Toilets for People.[1]

  1. Wedding announcement

External Links

Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
Navigation
Toolbox