Former education professor suspects firing was religiously charged
By Grace Mottley
Melissa Landa, a former professor in the College of Education at this university, believes that she was fired in retaliation for filing a grievance of religious discrimination and for advocating for Israel as a private citizen.
Landa worked at this university for over 10 years, but on June ...
Scholars from around world discuss Jewish involvement in politics from 1492-1880
By Chidinma Onuoha
Academic scholars from all over the world attended The Practice of Jewish Politics conference at this university to share their ideas on Jewish involvement in politics on Sunday and Monday.
Jewish history professor Bernard D. Cooperman said when people think of Jewish politics, it’s in the ...
Tasteless Anne Frank Halloween costume belittles horror of Holocaust
By Mitzpeh Staff
As soon as Halloween ends, many children start counting down until the next October 31st. As Halloween gets closer, children look forward to trick-or-treating with friends, observing spirited decorations, and most of all, planning their costumes. There is little that can stand in the way of this Halloween spirit and ...