JHacks teaches computer science skills through education-themed competition
By Mohan Xu
JHacks, a 24-hour hackathon, was held in the Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Engineering for the first time on February 15 and 16.
Ayelet Senderowicz, a junior chemical engineering major and president of JHacks, said that 191 people registered this year and 104 people checked in. “Histo...
Jewish students flock to specific university courses
By Lexi Sugar
BSCI170: Principles of Molecular & Cellular Biology and ENES140: Discovering New Ventures: Foundations in Entrepreneurship are two courses that are offered at this university. It is a little known fact that many Jewish students are supposedly enrolled in or have previously taken both of ...
MEOR Maimonides Leaders Fellowship kicks off its 27th semester
By Georgia Slater
For the Mitzpeh
This spring, MEOR is kicking off its 27th semester of the Maimonides Leaders Fellowship, an experiential education program that has engaged hundreds of Jewish students around this university’s campus over the years.
This year’s orientation for the program occurred Wednesday ...