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This short notice is from a 1921 issue of The Nation in which the editors accused the admission departments for both New York University and Columbia for having taken steps that would reduce the number of Jewish students admitted each year. The editors believed that the admission tests had been rewritten in such a way as to produce predictably lower scores among Jewish candidates:

"...Columbia authorities have not denied that in the two years following application of the new tests the percentage of Jews admitted fell from 40 to 22."

Click here to read more about Ivy League antisemitism.


Columbia University and  NYU Charged with Antisemitism (The Nation, 1921)

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