2020-2021 7 results

Mezumenet is (Challah) back with new album

@Mitzpeh By Gabrielle Goldman For Mitzpeh This university’s female Jewish a cappella group, Mezumenet, just released a vibrant new album, Imperium.  Imperium ​features various genres, from the rock Panic! at the Disco medley, to ...

Kol Sasson releases “Quarantunes” amid coronavirus restrictions

Kol Sasson members singing on Zoom. Photo courtesy of Kol Sasson.  @courtney_cohn By Courtney Cohn Features Editor Kol Sasson, an a capella group at this university, is releasing online “Quarantunes” performances for their ...

Kedma gets students moving through the fall semester

By: Angel Gingras  @GingrasAngel For Mitzpeh On Sep. 7, Kedma hosted a virtual Zumba event to bring the community together and support a local charity.  As the fall semester kicks off, classes are not the only thing to move online since ...

Navigating the new normal: Jewish freshman life during COVID-19

By Nira Dayanim  For Mitzpeh @Mitzpeh An already challenging transition to life on campus has been further complicated by the coronavirus pandemic for freshmen this fall. From reduced dorm capacity to take out meals and online/blended classes, ...

Condemning responses to arson at University of Delaware Chabad

By Mitzpeh staff @Mitzpeh A few weeks ago, we read the terrible news that fire had been set, intentionally, to the Chabad Center at the University of Delaware. The building, known affectionately as the “little blue house” by students, ...

Hillel adjusts prayer service options amid university coronavirus regulations

By Char Freedberg News editor @CfreeOfficial With the coronavirus lingering and changing this university in many ways, this university’s Hillel still grapples with the question that students are asking themselves: how will Jewish prayer ...

Pride, Politics and Peace

@L_Heller55 By Logan Heller Opinion Editor How the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) missed a critical opportunity to rehabilitate its weakened influence surrounding the Iran Deal and what it means for future lobbying efforts ...