Mitzpeh Matchmaker— Jared Stein and Yael Lehmann
His shirt color didn’t match the description, but Yael Lehmann, a freshman enrolled in letters and sciences, knew he was the right guy. Jared Stein, a sophomore in letters and sciences, was already waiting for his blind date when Yael eagerly ...
Jew You Should Know – Judy Gerstenblith
By Ángel Torres
Does Judy Gerstenblith ever sleep? Even with her commitments, ranging from Koach senior representative to psychology guided study session leader, Gerstenblith somehow finds time to unwind during her senior year.
Avoiding the Spring Break Bloat
By Rachel Barron
With spring break right around the corner, the Eppley Recreation Center and Ritchie Coliseum have been packed with students trying to get back into shape for bathing suit season. But all this hard work can be quickly ruined by ...
Melt Your Stress Away With Meditation
By Sam Schmieder
Feeling stressed, overwhelmed and tense? Fear not, because you can start saying “om” and re-energizing all while on campus. Thanks to the University Health Center, hour-long meditation sessions are available for anyone who ...
Engaged in College
By Aviva Woolf
Love in college is tricky. You are in a jam-packed city full of students with little supervision, little privacy and a lot of people to meet. And by “meet” I mean bump into at a party at 1 a.m. and awkwardly see the next ...
What’s Your Relationship Status?
By Lauren Shaw
College boyfriends are unnecessary, at least if you ask sophomore marketing major Christina Esqueu.
“Dating in college is nothing like dating in the rest of the world,” said Esqueu. “People are like, ‘I’m bored! ...
By Lizzy Solovey
African-American spiritual music, a type of folk music, offers a Christian interpretation of the plight of slaves in the 19th century and is considered a precursor to gospel music.
Sung inside and outside of churches, this ...
Mitzpeh Matchmaker – David and Amanda
February was certainly a month of love for some. On Feb. 7, David Kravitz, a junior computer science major, and Amanda Schwartz, a freshman English major, embarked on an oddly familiar blind date at Yogiberry.
Who got there first?
David: She ...
Going the Distance
By Alicia McElhaney
They say it never works. A long-distance relationship is impossible: it will force you to compromise independence, become emotionally attached and worst of all, you hardly get to see your significant other.
And yet the ...
Jew You Should Know- Aaron Czinn
By David Bowman
After just a 10-minute conversation with Aaron Czinn, it’s clear that he’s a socially conscious individual who has already made a difference at this university.
Growing up in New Jersey as a Modern Orthodox kid in a ...