Campus has been bereft of students and faculty over the recent holiday weekends. Photo: Ben Gaster.
By Ben Gaster
With so many Jewish holidays and changes to the school schedule, I took the opportunity to investigate and reflect on what effect this has had on students and staff. I was wondering whether students and faculty on the whole were grateful for or bothered by the multitude of long weekends.
While some students deemed the interruptions to the normal school schedule “a hassle,” one anonymous student said that the breaks “give [me] more time to expand my college experience.” Read more »
By Eli Horowitz
Photo by niznoz
Most Jews know of Hanukah gelt, but how many people know its history? To fix that gap in knowledge, here is a brief history of gelt. Read more »
by Zohar Granott
The holidays are always a fun and important time of year. Families come together, good spirits are abundant, and people are in the giving mood. Hanukah are both the ideal times to entertain these holiday ideas and now that we are moving into the future, sustainability and being green can always be incorporated! Read more »