Zuckerberg cited Debbie Friedman: “May the source of strength who blessed the ones before us, help us find the courage to make our lives a blessing.”
When Mark Zuckerberg checked his email to find out whether he’d been accepted to Harvard. His dad, Edward, filmed the occasion. And plotzed.
For Senator Tom Cotton, a leading voice in the conservative wing of the Republican Party, it took until college to meet his first Jewish friend. He grew up in rural Arkansas and only at Harvard did he encounter fellow Jewish students.
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Zuckerberg left the university as a sophomore to focus on his burgeoning social media site.
Harvard students write to alum Jared Kushner: “We appeal to you to influence the Trump Administration, and Mr. Trump himself, in a positive way.”
After seven years as dean of Harvard Law School, Martha Minow, a noted legal scholar, expert in human rights and a leader in Jewish causes, will step down at the end of the academic year.
Harvard stood behind me in every possible way, bending over backward to make my rabbinical studies possible, and even paying for my year in Israel as a Frederick Sheldon Traveling Fellow.
Students, recent graduates, faculty and staff members of Algemeiner’s ‘40 Worst Colleges for Jewish Students’ respond to claims that their campuses are toxic places for Jewish students.
Mount hopes that people take heed from his study. “Look, this stuff is already going on in other places,” he told The Times. “If there’s one task that we have as journalists, as academics, as thinkers, it’s to drive the stakes of this home for people.”