1) As others have rightly pointed out, criticism (even harsh criticism) of Israel's policies is not tantamount to anti-semitism.
2) Yes, in certain sections of academia (namely, the humanities and social sciences), there's a more open critique of Israel than in American public discourse. On this, see point #1.
2b) That parenthetical is fairly important. Whenever it's convenient, critics of academia reduce academia to the humanities and social sciences. But academia is a huge, complicated industry/culture with more broadly left-leaning and right-leaning segments. The left-leaning segments aren't actually the most powerful.
3) Student newspapers can be full of stupid shit. Yes, they get their cues from somewhere: maybe their families, maybe their friends, maybe whatever they choose to watch or read. But if students were mouthpieces for (the caricatures of left-leaning, PC-politce) professors, then maybe you wouldn't see other forms of racism (anti-black, anti-Asian, whatever) in stupid student newspaper articles and cartoons. And maybe students would never dress up in stupid ethnic Halloween costumes every fucking year. But students do all manner of stupid shit. Your connect-the-dots argument is convincing only to someone who's already convinced.
4) When it comes to academia and anti-semitism, you can cut through so much bullshit just by asking a straightforward question: how often are Jewish professors hired in competitive hiring situations and how often are they promoted to prestigious positions?
5) What the fuck does any of this have to do with Trump? Answer: nothing, except you wanted to fabricate some asinine point about hypocrisy.