Three Columbia University administrators have been “permanently removed” from their positions after images were published of texts they sent mocking a panel on Jewish life on campus, University President Minouche Shafik and University Provost Angela Olinto announced in an email to the university community on Monday.

Shafik stated that the comments made by the three administrators were “unacceptable and deeply upsetting, conveying a lack of seriousness about the concerns and the experiences of members of our Jewish community.”

She added that the messages were “antithetical to our university’s values and the standards.”

The administrators have been placed on indefinite leave. Though they remain in the university's employ, they will not be restored to their previous positions.... Read More: Arutz-7