The enduring lessons of Rabbi Sacks
By Maya Greenbaum
When I turned on my phone after the conclusion of Shabbat on Saturday, Nov. 7, I was struck by the very sad news of the passing of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks. Rabbi Sacks was a Torah giant and a moral ...
Israel can and must resolve the conflict in Ethiopia
By Jack Singelstad
A clash between Ethiopian military forces and separatists in the semi-autonomous region of Tigray in Northern Ethiopia threatens to move towards civil war. Israel must meet this moment to preserve ...
Backman’s Corner: Positive Perspectives
By Rabbi Eli Backman
“Yankel, are you a glass half full or half empty kind of guy?”
Yankel thought a moment and said, “To be honest, I’m usually a where is my glass kind of guy.”
Whatever hand life deals ...
Biden vs. Trump: The competing cases for pro-Israel voters
By Logan Heller and Aaron Arnstein
Opinion editor Logan Heller faces off against Aaron Arnstein about which 2020 presidential candidate is best for Israel.
Rationalism vs. Radicalism: Why a Biden ...
Jewish Americans and the power of politics
By Mitzpeh Staff
With a lot at stake for the Jewish community in this presidential election, the ability for Jews to voice themselves through voting is more important than ever. The Jewish community often bases its support in the ...
Maryland’s Jewish community prepares for Election Day
Maryland Hillel and the university’s Jewish community at large recognize the importance of this year’s presidential election, now just a few days away.
To galvanize Jewish voters, Maryland ...