Experts discuss U.S. relations with Israel, Palestine at Terps for Israel event
By Jacqueline Chase
Though America’s relationship to the conflict between Israel and Palestine may seem troubling, David Makovsky and Ghaith Al-Omari say there is still hope for the next generation.
Terps for Israel welcomed experts Makovsky and Al-Omari to this university for a discussion of the ...
Club baseball outfielder swings for regionals
By Spencer Dobkin
In the spring of Devin Rosen’s sophomore year, he realized something was missing in his college life. It was time to get back into his favorite activity: baseball.
The math major had been playing since he was five years old, but hadn’t played since graduating high school, so ...
Jew You Should Know: Aaron Kraiman
By Eugene “Jesse” Nash IV
“The Maryland man takes after his purple-haired grandmother,” said Aaron Kraiman.
The senior kinesiology major is known around campus for three things: “Maryland, Biking, and Judaism” according to Amir Wertheimer, a junior architecture major. Others know him as a ...
A look back at Michael Herson’s baseball career as a Terp
By Jackie Budko
Michael Herson started playing baseball in 1964 at Northwood High School in nearby Silver Spring.
He received a scholarship to play baseball at this university as a pitcher for the freshman team in 1966. He also played at the varsity level for the 1967 and 1968 seasons.
His 1968 season was his ...
Graduating Terps prepare to say goodbye at Hillel’s Senior Send-Off
By Abby Wallisch
For the Mitzpeh
The Hillel community is looking forward to its next big upcoming event from May 12 through May 14, which is centered around celebrating graduating Terps. The weekend includes a Shabbat dinner, beer garden and barbecue with Ari Israel, Hillel’s executive director.
Program and operations associate ...
Benjamin Eidelberg: Managing basketball and faith
By Alex Pacinda
For the Mitzpeh
For alumnus Ben Eidelberg, basketball has been life since he was three years old.
“My parents always watched the game, and so I guess playing from a young age, watching from a young age and continuing that through high school really gave me a love for basketball.” Eidelberg said.