NEW: Columbia U Removes 3 Admins Over Anti-Semitic Texts

Three Columbia University administrators have been removed from their posts after sending text messages that “disturbingly touched on ancient antisemitic tropes” during a forum about Jewish issues in May, according to a letter sent by Columbia officials to the university community on Monday.

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The administrators are still employed by the university but have been placed on indefinite leave and will not return to their previous jobs. ...

The three Columbia administrators involved in the text message exchanges are Cristen Kromm, formerly the dean of undergraduate student life; Matthew Patashnick, formerly the associate dean for student and family support; and Susan Chang-Kim, formerly the vice dean and chief administrative officer. They did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Ed Morrissey

Name 'em and shame 'em. 

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