Does great Jewish power imply great Jewish responsibility?
By Mitzpeh staff
Last month, as the country welcomed the Biden administration to the White House, the Jews welcomed new Jewish representation to the political sphere. Although president-elect Joe Biden and vice president-elect Kamala Harris are not Jewish themselves, both are closely connected to the religion through their ...
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 presidential election on a series of pressing issues, both domestic and foreign. On the home front, ...
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 Hillel is taking part in the “MitzVote” program, a nonpartisan initiative from Hillel International ...
Experts discuss U.S. relations with Israel, Palestine at Terps for Israel event
By Jacqueline Chase
Though America’s relationship to the conflict between Israel and Palestine may seem troubling, David Makovsky and Ghaith Al-Omari say there is still hope for the next generation.
Terps for Israel welcomed experts Makovsky and Al-Omari to this university for a discussion of the ...
Examining American Jews’ role in Israeli politics
By Jacqueline Hyman & Jacob Schaperow
Opinion editor, editor-in-chief