Harvard University President Claudine Gay has faced criticism and pressure to resign due to concerns of antisemitism at the institution. This backlash began after she helped mediate tensions on campus following terror attacks by Hamas and Israel's subsequent strikes on Gaza. Gay has been called to testify on Capitol Hill and has faced criticism for her response to questions about antisemitism. Despite this, she has received support from alumni, faculty, and the school's governing board. The Department of Education has also opened an investigation into Harvard for discrimination involving shared ancestry. Gay and other university presidents were called to testify before Congress about disciplinary actions and faculty hiring practices related to antisemitism. Gay clarified her stance on the issue and condemned calls for violence against Jewish students. Despite calls for her resignation, she has received institutional support from the Harvard Alumni Association and the Harvard Corporation. There have also been allegations of plagiarism against Gay, prompting an independent review of her writings.
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