Many rabbis and Jewish political leaders expressed agreement with the jury’s verdict and called for continuing reforms to the criminal justice system.
Synagogues and JCCs across the country are grappling with vaccine requirements for in-person services and activities.
The young Technion undergraduate was the only one to enter the NASA competition without a team.
While free trips to Israel are set to resume, previous controversies and shifting priorities may take center stage.
After purchasing a 27,000-square-foot building at the center of campus last July, the Chabad House is set to offer Jewish students live-in dorms.
With almost all American Jewish teenagers living in Israel now fully vaccinated, students are making the most of their year abroad.
Last September, Rabbi Joshua Heller was in a race against time to get Zoom sessions expanded from 24 to 72 hours.
More than 1,600 people have signed a petition calling on administrators to move the scheduled date
The social networking app says they have a rigorous reporting system in place, but online harassment experts think otherwise.
‘The Nazis made Jews wear the yellow star as a means to humiliate,’ said Deborah Lipstadt. ‘This is to allow people to return to a normal life.’