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September 01, 2021

Wishes for a Sweet New Year

Wishes for a Sweet New Year

Eating apples and honey is one of the most well-known traditions for Rosh Hashanah. But that is just for starters! There is challah in honey, carrots with honey, honey cake, and teiglach. Regardless of how you like your honey, we eat it and other… Read More

September 03, 2021

How to Celebrate the High Holidays When You’re Away from Home

How to Celebrate the High Holidays When You’re Away from Home

With the high holidays around the corner, students who stay on campus often feel homesick for family and the community and traditions they’ve grown to love. Although being away from home during the holidays can be tough, it’s also an opportunity to… Read More

September 03, 2021

Horwitz Zusman Families Make Children's Mental Health Their Passion Project

Horwitz Zusman Families Make Children's Mental Health Their Passion Project

For the Horwitz and Zusman families, giving is always a family decision. Each member has areas of interest, and they each have a ‘passion project.’ But they all support each other in furthering the cause to make a difference in peoples' lives any… Read More

September 13, 2021

Teaching Teens About Healthy Relationships

Teaching Teens About Healthy Relationships

This past year halted many things, but it didn’t stop teenagers from growing up. Even if it was only online, teens were still able to interact with different friends, teachers and possibly the person they “like” at the time. Healthy, mature… Read More

September 15, 2021

Forgiveness and Tranquility

Forgiveness and Tranquility

Yom Kippur is an opportunity for us to reflect, repent, forgive and begin anew. Do we choose to be the grandmother who won't forgive or the grandmother who will not rest until she has made peace? Read More