Thursday, March 21, 2019

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A Jew in a Fantasy Book by Abigael Good - Photo by Jade Lowe

A Jew in a Fantasy Book

An author-in-the-making challenges the notion that Jews cannot be the heroes of a fantasy book.
A Letter to Barnard by Rachael Severino - Photo by Audrey Honig

A Letter to Barnard

How Barnard went from this writer's dream school, to a place she considers unsafe for herself and fellow Jews.
A.N.X.I.E.T.Y by Anonymous - Photo by Liora Meyer

A.N.X.I.E.T.Y

With vivid imagery, a writer describes the brutal waves of anxiety.
Eve by Tesaneyah Dan

Eve

Did the first woman of humankind seal the fate of all the women after her?
The Making of a College NIggun Circle by Lisa Stein - Photo by Jade Lowe

The Making of a College Nigun Circle

An entrepreneur identifies a need and fills it.
Next Stop: Culture by Sasha Hochman - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Next Stop: Culture

How do you truly immerse yourself in the culture of a foreign city?

Five Survivors Speak Out in the Sexual Assault Documentary “It Happened...

Minnah Stein dissects the significance of this film in preventing sexual assaults on campus.
Holy Love by Giovanna Wiseman

Holy Love

A poem about love and intimacy inspired by Sylvia Plath.
A Gift by Rachel Kaufman

A Gift

A painting depicting how a small act of kindness can mean the world to someone.
Two Parallel Lovers by Ayelet Fishman - Photo by Liora Meyer

Two Parallel Lovers

"They traveled in the same direction, although they never crossed, but without each other, they seemed to be lost."
Dress Code at a Jewish Day School by Kayla Liss - Photo by Audrey Honig

Dress Code at a Jewish Day School

A young writer examines the regulations girls face at her Jewish Day School.
My Brother by Sarit Scher - Photo by Gali Davar

My Brother

What's it like to have a sibling with OCD? We share this story in honor of Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month.

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