Mitzpeh Matchmaker: Nadiv Panitch and Kelly Pavel
By Yakira Cohen
After last month’s Mitzpeh Matchmaker participants were nowhere to be found nearly two hours after their scheduled date time, junior computer engineering major Nadiv Panitch and senior neurobiology and physiology major Kelly Pavel decided to break the record during this Monday’s edition. ...
Almost a year after opening, Holy Chow! is alive and well
By Jenna Pierson
Holy Chow!, the kosher Chinese restaurant in Silver Spring, Maryland that opened last March, has had an incredibly successful first year of business, according to its owners.
“My joke for when people ask me about how business is, is that we are still happily married,” said Ami ...
Why every student should pay a visit to the Holocaust Museum
By Deborah Brown
On Sunday, Oct. 14, I was part of a group of 18 students from the College Park Scholars Justice and Legal Thought program who went to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. We left in the morning and returned after noon, which was plenty of time to walk through the ...
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 morning as they gather their dirty jacket and walk out your door.
Well, maybe that’s not love. But ...