Harvard President Claudine Gay apologized for remarks she made at a congressional testimony this week.
Gay, together with several other university presidents, danced around a question from Rep. Elise Stefanik on whether “calling for the genocide of Jews” is against the universities’ respective codes of conduct.
Speaking to The Harvard Crimson in an interview on Thursday, Gay said, “I am sorry. Words matter.”
“When words amplify distress and pain, I don’t know how you could feel anything but regret,” she added.... Read More: Arutz-7