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Los Angeles’s Joshua Nagel Awarded Undergraduate Research Grant From Psychology Honor Society

“I definitely owe most of my success so far to Dr. Jenny Isaacs of the Yeshiva College Psychology Department,” said Nagel.

It’s My Opinion: Look Before You Leap

The only difference is how many are affected when the good intentions lead to the proverbial path to hell.

NCSY Sponsors Chanukah Celebration With Nova High School

The club is coordinated by teacher sponsor Sharon Frier and club leader Todd Cohn. Programs are youth-led by the student board.

Miraculous Evening At Gulfstream Chanukah Festival

All children received Chanukah packages that included a real dollar, chocolate coins, and other Chanukah goodies.

Young Israel Congregation Holds Chanukat Habayit

Young Israel Congregation’s president, Aaron Weinberg, said the night marked a new beginning for Young Israel.

American Jewish Community Supporting The IDF, One Burger at a Time

“The first time we served over 1,200 people,” Rabbi Lerner told The Jewish Press. “We know exactly how many hamburgers we served because we ran out of buns and had to go out and buy pita.”

It’s My Opinion: A Raid

Apparently, there was a snitch. Perhaps he or she was just answering the call of “See something, say something.” Perhaps it was just a yenta looking to make a little trouble.

Gesher Shel Zahav – Bridge Of Gold Meets In Hollywood

The gathering was filled with music, singing, and dancing.

Never Again Rally At Miami Beach Holocaust Memorial

U.S. Senator Bill Nelson caused a stir when he took the podium as several in the audience booed and called him a traitor for his vote in favor of the Iranian nuclear deal.

Young Israel Congregation Moves To New Building

Ben Levine, former mayor of Surfside, was helpful in obtaining permits and moving the undertaking forward.

It’s My Opinion: Temples, Trucks, And Treif

I would say the temple needs to change either its slogan or its public display of activities that go against the basic doctrines of the Jewish faith.

Rabbi Yitzchok Dovid Grossman Speaks At Chaya Aydel Seminary

Rabbi Grossman shared his life story, how he started off being known as “the Disco Rabbi” by reaching out to young Jews who frequented discos and clubs.

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