Sunday, August 28, 2016 Av 24, 5776

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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
For many people, having a baby is a relatively straightforward process. The child is conceived, the couple goes to the doctor and labor classes, they wait nine months for the newborn to arrive and then: "Mazel tov!" For an Israeli couple with local ties, however, it was a bit more complicated. Hagai Maoz, 37, and Hagai Zvuluni, 33, have been...
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Adam Bell, JE Feature
It doesn't take much to find a headline these days regarding ethical problems in the business world. Concerns over activities from the likes of Bernie Madoff, AIG, Goldman Sachs and BP remain all too familiar. But for two years now, a student-initiated movement is trying to counter some of that news and provide business-school students with their own moral framework...
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Do homemade juices offer benefits the bottled kind cannot?
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Are liquefied fruits and vegetables easy, refreshing and natural ways to get nourished ... or are some juicers and producers all wet? Much has happened in the years since the Florida Orange Growers Association declared that orange juice was "not just for breakfast anymore." We have been treated to all kinds of would-be liquid miracles, from "super fruit" blends (acai,...
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
While many of his peers were heading to traditional spring-break venues in Florida, 20-year-old Jacob Arem wasn't having any of that. Sure, he was looking for some sand and sun, but he was focusing on something a bit more off the beaten path. Hello, Syria. The Akiba Hebrew Academy graduate and Cornell University senior said that despite some initial fears...
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What do a Chabad rabbi from Delaware, the director of congregational learning at a Conservative shul in Baltimore and the education director of a Reform synagogue in Abington have in common? They're all full-time Jewish communal professionals working toward doctorates in Jewish education at Gratz College in Melrose Park. The program, now entering its fourth year, has 15 students, who...
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