Reports of Islamaphobic and Antisemitic discrimination at CU Boulder 11 times higher than same time last year

Fatima Pasha, left, lays a Palestinian flag on the ground outside the Regent’s building on campus. Nov. 9, 2023. (Henry Larson/CU Independent)

Since the conflict in Gaza began over two months ago, reports of Islamophobia and antisemitism have skyrocketed at universities around the country. At CU Boulder, in the month after the October 7th attacks, the university received almost 60 reports from students of antisemitic and Islamophobic-based discrimination or harassment on campus.

KGNU’s Alexis Kenyon spoke with Henry Larson, Special Investigations Editor for The Bold and CU Independent, about these reports. Larson conducted his investigation with former KGNU intern Kiara Demare, who is now the Managing Editor for the CU Independent.

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