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Admit One

Parents should not get involved with essays, and other expert advice on getting into college

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The College Tour: Finding the Right Jewish Mix

Choosing a college is also about choosing a community for the next four years.

by Beth Kissileff | Comments Off on The College Tour: Finding the Right Jewish Mix
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How Social Media Hurt, Then Saved, My College Minyan

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Taking the Long-Short Path

Nativ is an Israel gap year program that pays dividends down the road

by Yossi Garr | Comments Off on Taking the Long-Short Path

Students Reignite Conservative Flame

by Liat Deener-Chodirker, Katie Hamelburg, Aryeh Kalender, Ilan Layman, and Danielle Leopold | Comments Off on Students Reignite Conservative Flame

A Synagogue Is Not a Building

by Andrea Glick | Comments Off on A Synagogue Is Not a Building
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The Optimistic Movement

Rabbi Joshua Rabin refuses to believe that a movement with some of the most vibrant synagogues, rabbis, hazzanim, and educators in the Jewish world is incapable of inspiring Jews in the 21st century.

by Rabbi Joshua Rabin | 2 Comments
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What’s a Grandparent to Do?: Sharing Judaism with Grandchildren in Interfaith Families

To highlight the powerful role that grandparents play in children’s lives – including children in interfaith families – Big Tent Judaism is hosting a weekend of activities to coincide with Grandparents Day on Sunday, September 7.

by Sarah Sechan | Comments Off on What’s a Grandparent to Do?: Sharing Judaism with Grandchildren in Interfaith Families
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Mixed Blessings

Faced with rising rates of intermarriage, Conservative leaders are searching for new ways to keep interfaith families in the fold. The question is, what exactly should they do?

by Michael Schulson | 2 Comments

Old and Not In the Way

We have learned that Judaism, in all its richness, is not limited to the walls of a synagogue. We have learned that our community will not forget us when we are old and frail.

by Rabbi Tziona Szajman | Comments Off on Old and Not In the Way
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