Friday, August 29, 2014 Elul 3, 5774

Fringe Player Could Sway Vote In an interesting twist to Pennsylvania politics, it appears that if pro-choice activist Kate Michelman runs as a third-party candidate to challenge Republican Sen. Rick Santorum in November, she might deliver a victory to the staunchly pro-life two-term senator in his re-election fight against Democratic state Treasurer Bob Casey. Michelman, former president of NARAL Pro-Choice...
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Trouble in “Paradise”? Milton, get out your map — there may be some redefining of boundaries Sunday night when the Oscars are broadcast. With “Paradise Now” — a suspensefully sustainable film about suicide bombers and their kamikaze craft that is at once gripping and gritty — in the lead for best foreign film, the most controversial aspect of its possible...
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Sally Friedman- JE Feature
Talk about entrepreneurship … when David Marshall was 19 years old and a junior at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, he was not just learning business principles. He was living them. Marshall, whose late father was a salesman for a mortgage company, had been watching the migration patterns of the New York metropolitan region housing boom, and he saw...
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"I planted a tree," 5-year-old Sam Schulz proudly declared. He hadn't actually placed a seed in the ground yet, but the budding arborist had - with the help of a volunteer at the Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania in Chestnut Hill - placed a seed for a dawn redwood inside a plastic cup. Sam was one of about...
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New station intrigues, as it puts some wartime issues on the radar
Ask any random student, professor or administrator at Swarthmore College and they'll confirm that the majority of those on campus simply didn't support the American invasion of Iraq, which is not unusual for a university with such strong Quaker and pacifist roots. So what can be made of the fact that the administration at the liberal-arts institution - which does...
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