Defying Religious Stereotypes on Israel’s College Campuses

By the time Zehavit Mohager, a psychology student, began her studies at the University of Haifa at age 23, she had already completed her army service, done her share of partying and traveled to Mexico. Mature and worldly beyond her years as is so often the case with Israeli university students, she had ambitions, a sense of responsibility and focus.

In California, an Especially Fervent Annual Prayer for Rain

With the state of California deep into the fourth year of a record-smashing drought, Jewish people in the Golden State had an especially personal experience when they gathered on Monday morning for the inaugural annual Jewish “prayer for rain.”

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