Friday, October 31, 2014 Heshvan 7, 5775

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As students head back to the books this fall, Cheltenham High School graduate Jake Aronson will fly to Israel to work on a kibbutz, study Hebrew and volunteer with 90 other Jewish young adults participating in the Conservative movement's Nativ leadership program. Even though the majority of college-bound Americans still go straight from high school to higher education, a growing...
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Baseball and beer. Baseball and red hots. Baseball and bragging rights. Baseball and -- Jews? It's not such a seventh-inning stretch; in fact, say many, it is -- like Roy Hobbs himself -- a natural. Maybe even biblical? "In the big inning" is the genesis of an old joke that goes back possibly to when the earth was created. Or,...
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Jill Radwin, JE Feature
Lehigh University was so eager to recruit Carli Sukonik for its women's lacrosse team, the coaches switched a planned weekend for potential recruits last year because it conflicted with Rosh Hashanah. "Lehigh's understanding was influential in sealing the deal," said the 18-year-old Penn Valley resident, who will be heading to Lehigh next week to launch her college career. "I didn't...
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Even with summer almost gone, swimsuits aren't ready to be packed away. There's still time in hot September to hit the beaches and, within a month of that, it's cruise season rarin' to go, with the Caribbean luring swimmers into the fall and winter months. So, when it comes to looking your best, don't sweat the small stuff! Medical, fashion...
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Inside the Broad Street Ministry in Center City, two wiggling therapy dogs basked in the center of attention. They visit regularly to cheer up the homeless, underemployed and others who come here to eat, shower, mend clothing, make an art project or socialize. At this particular moment, however, a group of 10th graders from Camp Galil made up the majority...
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