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Ought to I burn my Harvard diploma to protest the College’s cowardly response to anti-Jewish bigotry by its college students and professors?

Ought to I burn my Harvard diploma to protest the College’s cowardly response to anti-Jewish bigotry by its college students and professors?


I want I
had been a billionaire who had given a pot of cash to Harvard College. I’d
write Harvard a stern public letter rebuking its anemic response to anti-Jewish
bigotry by Harvard college students and professors. On this letter, I’d vow to not
give the college yet one more dime.
A
few billionaires
have already taken that motion.

Sadly
(or happily), I’m not a billionaire. Nevertheless, I’ve a Harvard doctoral diploma, which
I may publicly burn as a protest in opposition to Harvard’s cowardice. I even have a crimson
tutorial robe that I bought for my Harvard commencement ceremony in 1993. I
may burn that, too. I would make a campfire and burn all that stuff in
Harvard Sq..

Nevertheless, I
am not going to set my diploma and my tutorial regalia ablaze. I do not imagine
in setting issues on fireplace as a manner of expressing my political convictions.
Moreover, I’m afraid I would get by chance killed by a pro-Hamas
protester who solely meant to tough me up a bit as a manner of expressing his want
for a ceasefire in Gaza.

So, how do
Harvard graduates get their level throughout in opposition to a college basking in status
whereas marinating in ethical cowardice? I don’t know. All I can do is warn individuals
who’re eager about investing their tuition {dollars} at Harvard College.
As President Biben would possibly whisper, I am going to merely say Don’t.


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