The U.S. elections have passed, but the discord of the past few years continues to simmer, embroiling families, friendships, and communities. To stay together, finding a space outside of politics is more important than ever.
Saturday, / June 3, 2023
A League of Their Own
What does Jewish life in the Ivies looks like now, and what it tells us about the Jewish future—on campus and off.
Sarah Ogince |
Why I Choose A Yeshiva Education For My Children
For all its shortcomings and insularity, it is what I want for my children.
Boruch Werdiger |
Review: My Quarrel With Hersh Rasseyner by Chaim Grade
The year is 1948. Two Holocaust survivors run into each other on a Paris subway. Though each had assumed the other was killed in the…
Sarah Rindner |
Zelda: Remembering an Israeli Poet
Among the poets in Israel’s literary circles, many quietly remembered Zelda Schneurson Mishkovsky on Tuesday (April 18) 27 Nissan. That Zelda, as she was simply…
Baila Olidort |