20s and 30s

Recent Grad ‘Reflects’ on Overcoming ‘Penn Face’

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Jared Fenton never heard the phrase “mental health” until his high school health class. He always had an interest in physical health — teaching yoga...

Tribe 12 Celebrates New Changes, Same Mission

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Change can be scary, but when it strengthens an organization, it can only be a good thing, right? For Tribe 12, that change will help...

Old Models of Jewish Legacy Institutions No Longer Working, Experts Say

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The research and statistics are in, and the message to Jewish legacy organizations — those longstanding community institutions that historically have held fast to...
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Potent Potables Pump up the Parshah

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Remember that Pew study a couple years back that showed that Jewish millennials were eschewing religious activity in droves? Well, a group of twentysomethings and...
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Finding Love in a Hopeless Place, But Not Really

As the resident Young Single Women, in light of the holiday we embarked on a new lease on love: Tinder. This week, many in Israel...
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Millennials Could Bring a New Shabbat ‘Table’ to Philadelphia

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OneTable supports young hosts — its target demographic is people who self-identify as Jewish and are post-college, pre-family — by providing nourishment credits and...
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Breaking The Rules Of Engagement

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A lot of these engagements occurred over relatively short periods of time — after several months of dating — or roughly the same span...
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Like a Bolt out of the Jew Comes a New Dating App

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Yente’s matchmaking may be a thing of the past, but Marc Goldmann is keeping the idea in mind to catch JBolt users the perfect...
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Jewish Weddings Are Blending Connubiality with Individuality

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Mixing tradition with personal details is a winning recipe for these ceremonies. Last December, surrounded by relatives who held up the bright blue family chupah,...
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For Poker Champ Ari Engel, Kipah Works to His Advantage

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The 31-year-old son of an Orthodox rabbi has become one of the world’s best professional poker players, grossing about $5 million over the last decade. NEW YORK...