According to Merriam-Webster, anti-Semitism can be defined as "hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a religious, ethnic, or racial group." Notice how this definition includes all definitions for Jewish people, even those that are not very religious. This means that regardless of how often a student goes to temple or wears a yarmulke around campus, if a perpetrator knows that a student is Jewish, they can be subject to any sort of anti-Semitic attack. While these types of attacks happen among Jews of all ages, they are extremely prevalent on college campuses in the United States. In this current school year alone, there have been multiple crimes targeting Jewish students. Some notable examples over time include incidents at universities such as Emory and Cornell. This goes to show that even at some of the nation's most prestigious colleges and universities, these events still occur. A list of the 10 most anti-Semitic college campuses in the United States can be found here.