The University of Virginia newspaper apologized for a column some called “deeply offensive” to Jews. In the March 2 edition of the Cavalier Daily, freshman A.J. Aronstein, in a column titled “Real Jews get to the front of the buffet line,” wrote that real Jews “eat fast,” “like to argue about politics” while they “send soup back and like it so hot that it would melt Teflon.”
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