Why every student should pay a visit to the Holocaust Museum
By Deborah Brown
On Sunday, Oct. 14, I was part of a group of 18 students from the College Park Scholars Justice and Legal Thought program who went to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. We left in the morning and returned after noon, which was plenty of time to walk through the ...
Scholars discuss new approaches to world peace at Bahá’í conference
By Thomas Hindle
Countries are taking the wrong approach in trying to achieve world peace, a speaker said Wednesday at The Bahá’í Chair for World Peace conference.
The conference, titled “The Future of Humanity: The Challenge of Global Peace and Security” was a two-day event held at this ...
Challah for Hunger has a recipe for success
By Kira Cohen
If you’ve ever been to a Shabbat meal on campus, you may have noticed the presence of two doughy delights at the table. These challahs, prepared by Challah for Hunger, have become hallmarks of meals at this university.
Challah for Hunger is an organization on campus that bakes and sells ...