Thursday, September 18, 2014 Elul 23, 5774

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It started five years ago as a Ramah Day Camp project -- 400 square feet of land on the Mandell Education Campus in Melrose Park, where campers could add hands-on gardening to their nature programs.
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Sharon McDonnell | JE Feature
It's an iconic photo: a tall spire on a tiny island in the middle of a lake, a brilliant turquoise, amid a backdrop of snow-capped Alps.
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Merion researcher finds life-saving antibodies through dolphin studies
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Eve Glickman | JE Feature
The surprises that come along with classroom experiments and scientific observations often prompt kids and teenagers to consider careers in medicine or biology.
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Shortly after the birth of her second son, Matthew, Abbey Shuster was reassured by well-intentioned friends and family that any abnormality she observed in his behavior -- such as erratic body movement -- was a passing thing. Abbey's maternal intuition got the better of her, however; those instincts, combined with determination, led Abbey and husband, Stephen, to get a definitive...
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
In the midst of preparing for an upcoming trip to Israel, I size up my free time and look for ways to plant interesting, rare seeds to grow those spaces into a permanent garden of memories. The first person I consult on my pre-trip quest is Myriam Miller, an American-Israeli based in Jerusalem who penned Introduction to Jerusalem: A Guide...
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