Saturday, December 27, 2014 Tevet 5, 5775
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Dig up your old camp shirts and friendship bracelets: The National Museum of American Jewish History and the Collaborative are calling young professionals to reconnect with old bunkmates and reminisce about nights around the campfire during a nostalgic "Camp Reunion" on June 5. The event will include such camping delicacies as s'mores and "adult bug juice," plus an improv comedy...
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Lawmakers in both houses of the Pennsylvania General Assembly have introduced companion bills that would require the state's school districts to offer Holocaust education. Last week, State Sen. Anthony Williams (D-District 8), a Democrat who represents parts of Philadelphia and Delaware County, introduced Senate Bill 1523. Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-District 170) of Northeast Philadelphia, introduced a version of the bill...
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The only glimpse Jean Paul ever got of her father came from a handful of yellowed photos. William Steinhurst was already deployed in World War II when she was born. He died in a plane crash near the French Alps in November 1944 when she was five months old. This weekend, the 67-year-old retired social worker from Elkins Park will...
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Michail Kitsos is the first student to travel all the way from Greece to take classes at Gratz College's Melrose Park campus. He's also the first Greek Orthodox Christian to become valedictorian. And the 32-year-old is the first graduate whom Gratz administrators immediately hired to create a brand new certificate program, in Jewish-Christian Studies. On Sunday, the college will recognize...
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Jeremy Rudoler had finally moved college applications out of his consciousness last winter when the University of Pennsylvania emailed to say that early decisions would be posted online the evening of Friday, Dec. 9. "That got me freaking out," remembered Rudoler, a senior at Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy. Worse, he'd have to deal with the suspense for an extra...
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