Hillel to stage adaptation of Anne Frank (Nov. 1989)
By Talia Greenberg
The Diary of Anne Frank is a difficult play both to watch and to perform. The audience is presented with two hours that represent years in the lives of a group of people – hitherto strangers – who are forced to live in ...
Stewart satisfies students’ appetites for laughs (Oct. 1999)
By Jessica Zelig and Lauren Berger, Mitzpeh staff writers
The Jewish Student Union (JSU) and Student Entertainment Events (SEE) co-sponsored an event which brought comedian and actor Jon Stewart to campus Sunday evening, Oct. 10.
Review: Kol Sasson’s New Album ‘Low Grade Fever’ a Hit
By Dovid Fisher
For The Mitzpeh
Kol Sasson’s new album Low Grade Fever is a full of passion and joyous voices. The album features the Jewish a capella group’s latest covers of songs. I got my hands on this 12 song a ...
Controversial comedian provides humor, social commentary
By Daniel Ofman, staff writer, @ofmandaniel
South African comedian Trevor Noah generated excitement and curiosity Saturday night at Cole Field House in front of nearly 4,000 fans eager to see the future Daily Show host in action.
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10 Top Jewish Musicians
By Michele Amira, staff writer, @nicejewishswag
With the 2015 Washington Jewish Music Festival underway, now is the ideal time to celebrate the Jewish musicians who have had an impact on the history of music.
Much like the music festival, ...
“Noah” Causes Controversy
By Matthew Beinart
Darren Aronofsky’s latest film, Noah, a portrayal of the Biblical Genesis story starring Russell Crowe, has been met with controversy from Christian and Muslim leaders despite grossing over $292 million worldwide.