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California college to vote on ending Israel study program, with support from Rep. Tlaib
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Mar 14, 2019 9:52 AM 1+ week ago

A California college is scheduled to vote Thursday on whether to end its study abroad program with an Israeli university -- a push that appears to have picked up the support of freshman Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich.

Pitzer College, a private liberal arts college in Claremont, Calif., currently runs a range of study abroad programs with a number of countries, including some with poor human rights records such as China, Turkey and Cuba.

But it is the trips to Israel, specifically the University of Haifa, that have sparked the ire of students and members of the faculty, and a vote is scheduled Thursday afternoon to suspend the program. The vote will be taken by the university's College Council, which, according to its website, has the power to make recommendations to the president of the college.

The president, Melvin Oliver, has fought back against the push to end the program. According to The Student Life, he said in November that ending ...

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