Frimet Goldberger’s graduation from Sarah Lawrence offers her a chance to reflect on the most important lesson from college: that her opinions matter.
Deborah Feldman’s new memoir ‘Exodus’ tells of her search for a place to call home. But she leaves out some key details, according to Frimet Goldberger, who knew the author well.
Frimet Goldberger has taken the advice of the people who comment on her columns, and has decided to return to ultra-Orthodox Kiryas Joel.
Let’s call the lack of secular education in the ultra-Orthodox world what it is, writes Frimet Goldberger: educational neglect.
Finding a work/life balance is hard for any parent. For Frimet Goldberger, it’s made tougher because she became a mother while she was still a teenager.
Lipa Schmeltzer is a true exception in the Haredi world, both because of his music and his personality. He talks with us about the challenges of standing out.