Tuesday, September 23, 2014 Elul 28, 5774

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Becca Greenberg squinted at the tiny lettering on her smartphone web browser, searching for the answers to a sheet of scavenger hunt clues that would soon take the Chestnut Hill 18-year-old and a team of fellow freshmen at Temple University's Hillel on a four-hour exploration of Center City. It's move-in day, but Greenberg and 25 others paid extra to unload...
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Marshal Davis is in the process of planning a Labor Day Weekend gathering at his parents' home in Margate, N.J. However, it is not a barbeque; it is a literal celebration of life, and Davis and his family hope it will have far-reaching effects. The event -- a donor drive -- is being planned in collaboration with the Gift of...
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Will a Palestinian unilateral declaration of independence at the United Nations -- perhaps coupled with mass demonstrations in the Middle East and even more violence on the ground -- spark anti-Israel activism on college campuses locally and nationally? While no one knows quite what to expect, either on the world stage or on campuses, student activists and professional advocates have...
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Though pop culture references Bangkok's more risqué side (the '80s song "One Night in Bangkok," and the recent film "Hangover 2," among them), a trip to Thailand's capital shows facets that are as multi-dimensional and culturally interesting as New York, Tel Aviv or Hong Kong. Its appeal is also reflected in the fact that in 2009, it was ranked the...
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The 2011 JCC Maccabi Games wrapped up with an Aug. 18 teen dance party at the Franklin Institute. About 1,500 people took part in the festivities. At the end of the evening, Philadelphia officially passed the Maccabi torch to Houston and Rockland County, N.Y. -- the cities that will host next summer's games. Philadelphia teams captured a number of medals:...
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