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Interfaith challah sales help to prevent genocide

October 21, 2011 by


Photo by Jacob Goldberg Arriving at Hillel on the last night of sukkot and passing the wooden sukkah on your right painted green, yellow and red, you have the unmistakable feeling of entering a homogenous Jewish environment. Upon ascending one flight of stairs, however, the Challah for Hunger attendee will soon find out that this […]

“And Drink Their Words With Thirst”: Have We Lost the Art of Being Students?

October 12, 2011 by


Note: This article is a direct response to the claim that “Professors are our employees”, contextually implying that they are there to cater to us, let us soap-box our fancies, and give us a pat on the back at the end of the day. This is wrong. Products of the Information Age This is not […]