I’ve heard moving off to college can be scary, even if it’s in the same state. More so if it is in a different state as it takes you further away from mom and dad, as well as all the people you had known in high school. There is no catching up with friends that you hadn’t seen all...
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Hillel, the campus student group, is expressing “outrage” over an attack on a Jewish student at Temple University on Wednesday and is calling on the university to ensure the safety of its Jewish students.
At the same time, the school’s chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine...
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I don’t often write about the same subject in consecutive weeks, but because my “Birthright Shabbat” column last week elicited an unusual amount of feedback, I thought I’d share some of it with you, as well as build on the idea.
Last week, I wrote about the special magic of the...
April 18, 2012 | 2:41 pm
The shocking news came over the Passover holiday. Five young men, all Jews, were found in a basement, bound together nearly naked, covered in welts and smeared with honey, hot sauce and flour. When they were rescued, the victims were shivering and described as having “horrified and...
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