Throughout the country — maybe even in your hometown — there have been Mark Zuckerberg sightings, breeding rumors that he is running for president.
An election season like no other, and the unprecedented presidency that has followed, emphasized the role of reporters as speakers of truth to power.
Joel Pollak emerged this year as one of the most influential Jewish conservatives in the country.
“Watching ‘This Is Us’ is like getting beaten up with a pillow soaked in tears,” one critic wrote.
Michael Rosbash’s Nobel Prize for discovering the genetic mechanisms of the circadian rhythm was the crowning achievement of a lifetime of research.
Rabbi Joseph Dweck’s lecture emphasized that the Torah forbids homosexual acts, but also condemned homophobia and said gay men can receive aliyot.
Richard Thaler’s thesis adviser wrote, “We did not expect much of him.” But his influence is felt nearly every time you make a financial decision.
Dayna Skolkin and Josh Tillis gave their wedding food to homeless people displaced by Hurricane Harvey in Houston.
Sandy Fox wanted to listen to a Yiddish-language podcast for people like herself, covering everything from fashion to LGBT issues.
Can Ivanka Trump influence her father’s policies? And even if she can, should she?