By Noa Bejar
Jewish Life On Campus Is Integral. College Guidance Counselors Often Forget That.
The call came on a Sunday afternoon. Adi needed help with her daughter who had been encouraged to attend a small college in Massachusetts. Adi and her daughter, Michal, trusted the advice of their Orthodox day school’s non-Jewish college counselors. They assumed the universities introduced to them would be ones that had other Jewish students,…
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