A non-Jew walks into a room, has no idea how to get out
By James Whitlow
Humility can be seen as a through-line in the Torah – a consistent theme throughout – and if I had even a cursory understanding of the book, I might have been better prepared for Kedma’s Jewish-themed escape the room challenge. But on the overcast evening of April 22, I was not.
I am categorically, ...
Students celebrate end of Passover with messiah meal at Chabad
By Gabrielle Kanik
For the Mitzpeh
For almost one-fifth of the students on campus, Tuesday meant the end of the Passover holiday. This year, Passover began at sundown Monday, April 10 and ended Tuesday, April 18 with a traditional last meal, which sometimes includes celebrating the messiah. Ways to celebrate the last meal vary as ...
Resident Life creates Hebrew cluster chaos (Sept. 1994)
By Lisa Fine
St. Mary's Hall residents who went through a stringent application process to be placed in the Hebrew language cluster are incensed about their new neighbor.
Resident life officials filled a vacancy in the female suite last week with a student who had been living in a temporary triple room in Easton Hall.
Each year, students ...