Tuesday, October 21, 2014 Tishri 27, 5775

By:
Parents of high school students can readily describe the trials and tribulations that come with raising teenagers - especially the emotional highs and lows - in addition to other stresses of growing up in the modern world. With such matters very much in mind, new faces are set to roam the halls of Stern Hebrew High School when classes begin...
Comment0
By:
Anita Block cannot wait for Sept. 8 to arrive. The new principal of the Raymond and Ruth Perelman Jewish Day School's Forman Center has set an important task for herself - learning the names of all 175 students - and she's anxious to get started. "There is usually something outstanding about a child's personality, the way they approach things and...
Comment0
By:
Neil B. Kauffman, JE Feature
Welcome to our new column! While my wife and business partner Barbara Drebing and I - we've run a fee-only financial advisory firm the past 23 years - have done an occasional article before, this is the beginning of "Mutually Yours," focusing on the mutual-fund industry. We will be alternating bylines in this space on a somewhat regular basis. First,...
Comment0
By:
Money Maven with Craig G. Langweler
As a retiree, I am overweighted in bonds because of my need for income. Because I've been told bond prices go down when interest rises, how can I protect my principal from eroding? R.C. Philadelphia Not long ago, many investors were concerned with rising interest rates. In fact, the No. 1 perception in the market has been that rising interest...
Comment0
By:
Frank Rosci, JE Feature
With news about stem cells making major headlines almost daily, a joint stem-cell research program between the Coriell Institute for Medical Research, Camden, N.J., and the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, announced in January 2005, continues in a collaborative effort to advance the study of adult and embryonic stem cells. The program, funded by a $1 million pledge from Coriell...
Comment0
Advertisement
Advertisement

Advertisement