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“You can’t have it all.” Rabbi speaks about diversity of opinions in Jewish community

By Eugene “Jesse” Nash IV Staff writer @Jessenassh   Rabbi Ethan Tucker, president and rosh yeshiva of Hadar, came to this university on Monday to discuss his philosophy regarding religious practice in Judaism and in the American culture at large. Throughout the night, students had the chance to hear about his research and ...

Guest column: Everybody has the right to know about cell phone radiation

By Theodora Scarato For Mitzpeh @Mitzpeh Views expressed in opinion columns are the author’s own. The Supreme Court is poised to consider an issue close to our hearts -- our cell phones. When we go in a store to buy a new cell phone, should we be informed that the phone has very specific instructions -- usually buried deep in the ...

Neil Gorsuch should be given fair chance, might be good for American Jews

By Max Breene Sports editor @maxbreene18             On Jan. 31, President Donald Trump nominated judge Neil Gorsuch of the 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals to be the next associate Supreme Court justice of the United States. Gorsuch’s nomination comes nearly a month after the end of the 114th U.S. ...