In Haiti, a Poignant Rescue Mission Amid 'We Love Israel' Cheers

Local rescue workers tried to get Franz Gilles out shortly after the massive, 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit the Haitian capital on January 13, but to no avail. They left their equipment on the ground and went on to rescue others. But three days later, an Israeli rescue mission, came back to the building, after receiving information that someone was still alive in the building.

Remembering Mina Bern, Star of the Yiddish Stage

The Mina Bern that I knew could always rise to the occasion and stop a show — without even trying. Bern, who died January 10 in New York City at age 98, was a dominant figure in Yiddish theater for several decades and brought its emotional richness to audiences around the globe. She also directed and starred on Broadway and landed roles in a dozen movies.

Report Shows Israel Studies Flowering on Campus

American college students who want to study the poetry of Yehuda Amichai or the films of Amos Gitai are in luck.

Bereft and Healing, a Father Returns Home to Gaza

“The blood of my daughters was a price that saved others’ lives,” said Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish. One year later, the Gaza physician is trying to make sense of the deaths of his children, killed by Israeli missiles during Israel’s military campaign.

Brandeis Looking For Next Leader While Facing Budget Challenge

The search for a successor to Jehuda Reinharz, president of Brandeis University, is under way, but moving at a pace too slow for some. At the same time, Reinharz is fending off accusations stemming from the serious financial challenges now facing the school.

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