Kedma gets students moving through the fall semester
By: Angel Gingras
On Sep. 7, Kedma hosted a virtual Zumba event to bring the community together and support a local charity.
As the fall semester kicks off, classes are not the only thing to move online since the recent COVID-19 pandemic. Many organizations around campus are working to get staff and students ...
Jews You Should Know: Alan Soclof and Daniel Schopf
By Eugene “Jesse” Nash IV
There are two Jewish students on this campus who may seem like humble sports fanatics on the surface, but few know that they come together once a week to produce a sports podcast featuring big-name interviews.
“Jew You Should Know” usually profiles one interesting ...
Even without medals, Israel proves it’s on the rise at the Winter Olympics
By Ben Cooper
Israel has won a total of nine medals in its Olympic history. None of them have come from the Winter Olympics. Entering the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, Israeli figure skater Alexei Bychenko attempted to become the first to medal as he competed in the men’s single skate program.
Community debate concerning event sales
By Daniel Chavkin
In April, this university announced its plans to research the possibility of selling alcoholic drinks at sporting events. In an email to the community, Vice President of Student Affairs Linda Clement stated that the university would conduct research to present in conjunction with Dining ...
Students gear up for annual NHBT tournament
By Jamie Weissman, staff writer, @JamieWeissman
March Madness may have just come to a close, but for some students basketball season is just getting started.
On April 17, the University of Maryland Hillel will host its fifth annual National Hillel Basketball Tournament, also known as the NHBT, an event that brings together Jewish ...