Despite rising anti-Semitism across the European continent, over the past few weeks nearly 10,000 American-Jewish students arrived in London, Paris, Rome, Madrid and other cities across the European Union to begin their study-abroad experience. For many students, their time abroad...
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December 3, 2008 | 9:34 pmUC to Reopen Study in Israel
Officials at the University of California are talking with their counterparts at Hebrew University of Jerusalem about reopening the UC's study abroad program there for Fall 2009.
The program was suspended in 2002 after Israel made the U.S. State...
November 1, 2007 | 8:00 pmMarion Said's parents didn't like her proposal: Having just completed her second year at UCLA in 2006, the political science student from Sherman Oaks wanted to drop out of school so she could spend a year studying at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
That would mean Said would need to...