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Politics

Jewish Intellectualism

15:24 17 July in Latest, Politics
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By Lily Shoulberg It is no secret that Jews value education.  Just as I was raised with the culture, prayers and foods that have come to define my Jewish heritage, I was raised with the expectation that I would attend college.  In fact, I didn’t even...

A Jewish Tunisian Dinner in Italy

11:59 17 July in Latest, Politics
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by Daniela Enriquez [caption id="" align="alignright" width="280"] Tunisian couscous[/caption] What is the first thing I think about when I go back home to Sicily? A Tunisian family dinner, of course. As the daughter of a Tunisian Jew and a Sicilian Catholic, I inherited an eclectic culinary tradition,...

A Time to Be Born

14:55 16 July in Latest, Politics
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By Rebecca Borison When Connie G. Krupin first became a mother, she went to the nearest bookstore to find a baby book.  After purchasing one of the options, Krupin was forced to immediately grab her white-out to cross off “Baby’s first Christmas” and “Baby’s church.”  She,...