Haifa's Technion was Israel's only institution in the Top 100 as Jerusalem's Hebrew University falls from grace
Shunned complainants often end up leaving troops, but alleged assailants do not. Movement officials: We don't have investigatory, enforcement authority like the police
Computer science departments only accept the crème de la crème, which means a shortage of software engineers and fewer Israelis able to benefit from the gravy train
Critics say the fiercely controversial Ariel University serves one purpose only: to entrench the settlements, putting the final nail into the coffin of any potential peace agreement
Move comes after Beit Berl student denies report that she stole materials from death camp
Deputy mayor who holds education portfolio says city wants to limit 'missionary' activity, maintains, 'We will ensure the secularism of the city's schools'
Decent Israelis, seekers of peace, must engage in the smallest act of civil resistance and refuse to study or work in Ariel
AAUP, whose ethics guidelines were used as inspiration by Bennett and Kasher, calls Israel to reject proposed university code of ethics 'in no uncertain terms'
Tone and content of criticism actually indicate that some critics of the code of ethics could really use a code of ethics
Some found to be taking theme too far, but say they were only following Education Ministry guidelines