Jews Take to the Tweets
By Jessica Herman
There is no denying that Americans are obsessed with social media. From Twitter to Facebook, and YouTube to Instagram, we are constantly engrossed in the latest media trends. Today, there seems to be a blog for everything, ...
Maryland at the Maccabiah
By Catherine Sheffo
When Maiya Chard-Yaron steps up to the mound, she sees in tunnel vision.
She visualizes her technique, focuses of keeping long and loose and decides on where she wants the ball to go just before she sends it hurtling past ...
Hillel Seeks Students for 2014 Alternative Breaks
By Zachary Mellen
Hillel is currently recruiting students for its Alternative Break program, which sends Jewish students on service trips over the winter and spring breaks.
The program, now in its sixth year, aims to assist students in ...
What Can You Do When Everything in D.C. is Closed
By Elena Macias
While the country anxiously waits for the government shutdown to end, the many tourist attractions in Washington D.C. have become limited. The Smithsonian museums are closed, there are no more casual bicycle rides and get-toge...