Life

The Disposable Student: When a Student Doesn’t “Fit In”

December 18, 2013, by

We Jews wandered the four corners of the earth for so many centuries, never having a home where we could feel completely safe.  Our experience from Egypt to the galut taught us to respect the dignity of the stranger and to reach out to the needy.   When we were vulnerable, the voices of our sages

The President and His Rabbi: New Book Shines Light On Friendship Between President Bill Clinton and OU Kosher CEO Rabbi Menachem Genack

December 2, 2013, by

When his Republican opponents accused President Bill Clinton of flip-flopping between political positions he found solace in an unlikely place. It was a dvar Torah sent to him by Rabbi Menachem Genack, the CEO of the Orthodox Union’s Kosher Division and the rabbi of Congregation Shomrei Emunah in Englewood, NJ. In the note, Rabbi Genack laid

Running Blind: The Extraordinary Life of Richard Bernstein

November 26, 2013, by

Richard Bernstein won’t let anything stand in his way. This Michigan-based powerhouse of an attorney has taken on airlines, airports, universities, the American Bar Association, and the Department of Transportation in both Detroit and New York City. When he’s not winning cases, he’s teaching political science, running marathons (eighteen, so far), competing in Ironman triathlons,

Typhoon Haiyan Relief Fund

November 11, 2013, by

Donate now The scope of the post-Typhoon Haiyan catastrophe in the Philippines continues to grow as fresh reports come in of massive loss of life and unimaginable devastation. Evan as our thoughts and prayers are with those who have been so terribly affected, there is an urgent need for humanitarian assistance and the financial means to provide it. You