Saturday, April 19, 2014 Nisan 19, 5774
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
Hillel of Greater Philadelphia is fashioning a set of guidelines that will detail just what sort of content is and is not welcome from speakers at the group's events. This comes after a heated fracas this past fall over what's appropriate for Hillel audiences on area college campuses. It also comes as vitriolic attacks against Israel are occurring at universities...
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A contingent of Merion-area residents opposed to a plan by St. Joseph's University to turn the grounds of a former private school into collegiate-level athletic fields is worried that the changes could disrupt the Shabbat experience for Orthodox families in the area. The protracted zoning battle over the project shows no signs of being over any time soon. St. Joe's...
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But can a Web site improve your lot in life?
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David C. Friedman, JE Feature
"I want to be happy, but I won't be happy/Till I make you happy, too." These are the words to a 1925 song written for the musical "No No Nanette." In the past year, it also has become almost a theme song for Andrew J. Rosenthal and Doug Hensch, who are rapidly turning happiness into a booming business. A recent...
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Stern Hebrew High School's efforts to take up residence in the old Akiba Hebrew Academy facility in Merion Station took a small step forward on Nov. 19 at a Lower Merion Township zoning hearing. The Modern Orthodox day school, along with the Kohelet Foundation, is seeking the zoning board's approval to alter the facilities on the premises. Chief among the...
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The faculty strike that had shut down the Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy for a week ended in the wee hours of Monday morning after teachers and the administration reached a deal on a five-year contract. All those affected by the strike -- parents, students, teachers and administrators --breathed a collective sigh of relief, and said that they wanted to...
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