Josh Schwartz is a student at Vassar College.
By Josh Schwartz
Like the Maccabees, Vassar’s Jewish Community is Small But Mighty
My life began in the tight embrace of the Jewish Theological Seminary where my dad was undergoing rabbinical ordination and continued in the tighter squeeze of the approximate 100,000 Jews residing in the Greater Baltimore area. My senior year of high school, after attending a Jewish day school for nine years, spending seven summers at…
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