Friday, September 19, 2014 Elul 24, 5774
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Rabbi Ira Budow
The current buzzword in educational circles is “collaboration.” Pooling resources and increasing purchasing power by negotiating quantity discounts makes sense in this economy. However, I believe there’s another collaboration we do not discuss — the one between Jewish day schools and Israel.
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In a gritty artistic battle where most of the poets alluded to life in urban, low-income areas, students from the private, Main Line Kohelet Yeshiva held their own at the recent city slam league finals.
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Third-graders from a local day school got a rare opportunity to present their business ideas to a trio of high-profile venture capitalists.
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A proposed $7 million Center for Jewish Life at Drexel University would be the first such facility conceived and built by a local university.
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As part of Drexel University's annual Israel Peace Week, the Dragons for Israel student organziation held a party on campus to celebrate the Jewish State's 65th birthday.
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