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 ...