Letters

Orthodox Students on Campus ll

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As the vice president for Global Jewish Experience at Hillel’s Schusterman International Center, part of my role is overseeing all of Hillel’s Jewish educational resources and serving as the main… Read more

The Purpose of Prayer

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I was quite disturbed by the message conveyed in the article “How Was Your Davening?” (fall 2012). The author states that the only criterion by which to rate his davening is to see whether or not his… Read more

Orthodox Students on Campus

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Dr. Simcha Katz’s message (“Strengthening Orthodoxy on Campus,” fall 2012) includes a surprisingly blunt assessment of Jewish day school education: “Sam . . . attended a prominent Jewish day school… Read more

Where Are the Women?

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I wholeheartedly agree with Ann Koffsky’s article in the fall issue (“Please Put the Women Back In”) that the absence of women in many Jewish publications is demeaning to women. For that reason, I… Read more

Feeling Excluded

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I read the thousands of words written in the article “Can We All Get Along?” (summer 2012), but the proverbial “thousand words” of the pictures accompanying the article rang louder in my ears. And… Read more

Texting on Shabbat

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I appreciated Rabbi Gil Student’s fascinating analysis of texting on Shabbat (“What’s Wrong with Texting on Shabbat?” spring 2012). It is time for the observant world to take a realistic look at… Read more

Genuine Jewish Unity

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Your recent cover story on Jewish unity (summer 2012) brought to mind a fascinating experience I was privileged to be a part of some years ago. In 1997, while learning in Beth Medrash Govoha in… Read more

The Future of the Sefer

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The Future of the Sefer I found the recent Jewish Action issue (spring 2011) about technology and Torah to be worthwhile and relevant. Rabbi Gil Student’s article “The Future of the Sefer” was of… Read more