New fragments of Dead Sea Scrolls discovered
By Nene Narh-Mensah
The Cave of Horror is a fitting name for a place to uncover ancient archaeological secrets.
Israeli archeologists last Tuesday discovered document fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls, ...
Jewish students celebrate second pandemic Passover
By Nira Dayanim
What makes Passover this year different from all other years? For Jewish students at this university, observing Passover during the pandemic for the second time brings unique challenges and new ...
Online classes remain challenging for Jewish students
By Mark Choy
After a year of online classes, many Jewish students at this university still feel that the online experience is not up to par with in-person learning. Halfway through the second full semester of "Zoom ...
Avirah adds auditions, welcoming new member
Avirah, the Israeli dance company at this university, hosted an unprecedented spring audition on Feb. 9 at STAMP Student Union, welcoming a new member to the group.
Matthew Kaminow, a senior material ...
Mishelanu’s Zoom Israeli paint night is smashing success
By Mark Choy
Holding events in-person has been difficult for many clubs, but this university’s Israeli American Council Mishelanu group for Israeli-American students has had greater success.
On March 1, Mishel...
Kedma Mishloach Manot sales increase amid pandemic
By Daryl Perry
To celebrate Purim this year, Kedma, this university’s Orthodox Jewish group, sold mishloach manot (traditional gifts of food) to students. Parents also bought Purim-themed gift bags from Kedma for ...