When Brandeis suspended its partnership with Al Quds University in the West Bank, students took matters into their own hands and proved their administration wrong.
Hody Nemes’s great-grandfather palled around with an Austro-Hungarian emperor before returning home from World War I — just when everyone thought he was dead.
We often think of nostalgia as an unrealistic dreaminess about the past, but Elissa Strauss thinks there’s an important role for this type of schmaltziness.
Leonard Fein wonders if the manifest decline in anti-Semitism is tied in some way to the uptick in attention to the Holocaust?
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