Michelle Naim is a sophomore at Stern College for Women studying English Journalism. She is a proud staff writer for the YU Commentator and enjoys writing about issues regarding the Jewish education system and orthodox community as well as various other social matters. She is a native of Los Angeles, California.
By Michelle Naim
What’s So Different About A Persian Passover Seder?
There are two times a year that my entire family comes together — Rosh Hashanah and Passover. Although both holidays have their respective traditions, Passover is particularly special. Exhausted mothers and grandmothers have spent the last month before the holiday cleaning their homes with arduous rigor. They have cooked every day, while also having to…
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