East Brunswick High School in New Jersey faces criticism after its yearbook replaced a photo of a Jewish student group with one showing Muslim students and omitted Jewish names from the list. A Jewish Student Union member expressed shock and disappointment, feeling their identity was erased.

Leaders from the East Brunswick Jewish Center, Christine Mahler and Jack Goldberg, voiced their outrage and demanded answers. Mayor Brad Cohen called the act antisemitic and asked for accountability from those responsible.

Yearbook advisor Brittany VanDyke labeled it a mistake, while Superintendent Victor Valeski urged patience during the investigation and offered an apology to the Muslim community for any pain caused.

This incident follows other controversies in 2024 yearbooks, including anti-Israel material in California, Illinois, and Texas.