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comments on the latest political and social issues from an unemployed college graduate- much more exciting than it sounds- hey she's unemployed what else does she have to do but be interesting??
2014-10-23 23:30
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2013-03-05 23:59
I wanted to thank everyone for following my trip to Israel. It will remain one of my most cherished experiences in my graduate student career. As promised from my blog, I am keeping up with… Read More
2012-12-28 13:43
I'm sitting in Cafe Hillel on Jaffa street about to get a goat cheese sandwich. Our program has ended and although not everyone has left for the airport I had some gifts to get and broke off… Read More
2012-12-26 21:26
Quick recap of the last two days (maybe not so quick)-Yesterday we did a quick processing session in the morning then headed to Tel Aviv to meet with Jeremy Fisher from the Reut Institute ab… Read More
2012-12-25 05:44
If there was somewhere I would live in Israel, it would be Haifa. It's a beautiful bay with hills around me that remind me of home. Moreover, I've found my brand of Judaism, well as close as… Read More
2012-12-23 15:24
Today has been quite mellow for me. I heard from Mike Prashka about the importance of shared citizenship identity among the diverse population in Israel, then we heard about the social inves… Read More
2012-12-22 18:06
I am filled with intense sadness. How did Israel get like this? Thousands of years in exile, we finally have a land of our own and this is how we choose to run it. As I listened to Anat Hoff… Read More
2012-12-21 06:32
In comparing these last two days, I struggle. I struggle between defining Israel as a state in which Judaism is to be preserved and a state in which Jewish values are at the utmost expressio… Read More
2012-12-18 16:39
In the summer of 2011, almost a half million people protested the economic inequality in Israel, sparked by an increase in the price of cottage cheese. As a result, free education was extend… Read More

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