Discontent is brewing in New Haven after Rev. Bruce M. Shipman, an Episcopal chaplain at Yale, wrote a letter to the New York Times that some have deemed deeply offensive to Jews.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has literally flooded the Internet. With everyone from Mayim Bialik to Justin Bieber accepting the challenge, the IDF got in on the action — with hummus.
On campus after campus, student government meetings to discuss divestment resolutions have been heated affairs often stretching into the night. But with only a couple exceptions, student governments this academic year have rejected divestment measures.
Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the strategically critical peninsula that dangles from Ukraine into the Black Sea, has drawn international condemnation.
The shocking images from Ukraine carry additional weight for Talia Lavin. She watches in disbelief as a square where she strolled and bought ice cream dissolves into violent chaos.
Julia Lipnitskaia, a 15-year-old Russian skating prodigy, took home the Olympic gold with a routine set to John Williams’ “Theme from Schindler’s List.”
While mainstream media outlets scrutinized Menachem Stark’s relationships with tenants, contractors and lenders, haredi Orthodox publications offered a decidedly different take — celebrating his many virtues.
Brooklyn Torah Animal World, an idiosyncratic collection of stuffed animals the New York Post has called “NYC’s weirdest museum,” is set to close due to financial hardship.
Gal Gadot, the Israeli supermodel recently cast as Wonder Woman in the upcoming movie ‘Man of Steel,’ opened up about her new role — and her un-superheroine figure.