Thursday, May 28, 2015 Sivan 10, 5775

No, it's not a doctor soap, but a way for students to get their feet wet in the real world
By:
Aggie Sygnarowicz, JE Feature
Mandy Dutton, a sophomore at the Fashion Institute of Technology, in New York City, is a busy young woman: She's taking 20 credits at school, and working 20 hours a week as an intern at a New York City fashion magazine. And although she's so involved with filing, photocopying and performing other administrative tasks that she can barely take a...
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Brrrr: Who knew Edinburgh could be so frighteningly entertaining?
By:
Silke Schmidt, JE Feature
Old Mr. Boots has scared hundreds down in the Vaults under Edinburgh's South Bridge -- preferably blonde women in their mid-20s. "Men are fairly safe," says Gary, a sturdy Scotsman with a bushy red beard who's been leading groups for Mercat Tours down into the Vaults under the Scottish capital for several years. Nobody knows who Mr. Boots was in...
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As 2007 now gets rolling into its second month, KidsHealth.org has published its second annual "10 Kids' Health Issues to Watch." The issues chosen represent a wide range of concerns: · Health Care 2.0: From e-prescribing to disease blogs, advances in technology are rapidly transforming the quality of health care and the way families access it. However, it will be...
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Israeli author speaks for those with no voice
By:
RIta Charleston, JE Feature
Critics have praised Talia Carner as "an author with the power to change society," and "one who saves the world one child at a time." A seventh-generation sabra born in Tel Aviv -- and the author of China Doll -- Carner first learned of the atrocities of the Chinese orphanages known as "The Dying Rooms," where the death rate was...
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By:
Ryan Teitman
Teaching is a journey of sorts, and for two educators at Torah Academy of Greater Philadelphia in Ardmore, at least a leg of that journey will become a reality, as they travel to Israel to learn new ways to challenge their students. An invitation from Israel's Society for Excellence Through Education will allow the teachers to attend a weeklong conference,...
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