Saturday, March 28, 2015 Nisan 8, 5775
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U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz told Orthodox leaders on the Main Line that she is hoping to get "100 percent support from the Jewish community" in her bid to become Pennsylvania's next governor.
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Carin M. Smilk, JE Feature
Chanukah has moved so far into the American vernacular that weeks after the last candle was extinguished, symbols of the holiday still permeate the public sphere. Local rabbis weigh in on the implications.
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In a meeting with regional Hillel leaders, five students agreed to continue the dialogue but didn't back down from their goal of having an "open Hillel" in which anti-Zionists and BDS supporters could be invited to speak.
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Should legislation to spur Holocaust education in Pennsylvania include a mandate requiring schools to teach the subject, or would that doom any potential boost? Debate over this question intensified last week.
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A national special needs activist who took the stage at a local inclusion conference argued that Jewish institutions can do more to reach those with disabilities.
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