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Brotherly Leadership at Michigan’s College Campuses

Three Jewish students serve as Interfraternity Council presidents at their colleges.

Michael Barenboim Launches First Tour as String Octet

The musician builds on his parents' legacy with the West-Eastern Divan Ensemble
Dan Gilbert speaking at the Crain's luncheon

Speaking for First Time After Stroke, Dan Gilbert Accepts Crain’s Newsmaker Hall of Fame...

The Quicken Loans founder humbly accepted the award, crediting his team and family for stepping in during his absence. Quicken Loans Inc. founder Dan Gilbert...

Ron Weiser Gifts $10M to University of Michigan for New Real Estate Center

The new Weiser Center for Real Estate will expand student curriculum and provide access to real estate professionals. 

Many Accused Jewish Pedophiles in US Flee to Israel, CBS Report Finds

The investigation cites research by Jewish Community Watch, which tracks accused pedophiles.

Jewish Groups Host Documentary Screening on White Nationalism

“White Right: Meeting the Enemy” includes interviews with a Detroit-based neo-Nazi group.

Israel Trip Gives Students Insight into Israel-Palestinian Conflict

24 Wayne State student leaders spend 10 days understanding both sides of the issue.

UM-Dearborn Pulls Financial Support For Campus Hillel Group

The university is working to secure outside donations for the program instead.

Nino Salvaggio Celebrates 40th Anniversary

The gourmet market is a staple in Metro Detroit, with one of the best chefs around.

Looking Back: JN’s Coverage of Farrakhan and His Anti-Semitism

With the upcoming Nation of Islam conference in Detroit, this week's column explores its leader's anti-Semitic rhetoric.

Slotkin to Host East Lansing Event on Anti-Semitism Following Swastika Sighting at MSU

The "community conversation" takes place after a series of recent hateful incidents on campus.
Wayne State University (WSU) Leonard Simons building

Management Overhaul Continues at WSU Press

Interim director resigns; a former director returns.

14-Year-Old Krauthamer to Compete in American Ninja Warrior Junior

The West Bloomfield High School freshman is one of 50 competitors on the show

From the Editor: Building the Big Tent

With your help, the JN aims to make a regular habit of sharing stories from Jews of all backgrounds.

This Week’s Torah Portion: We’re All Pieces of the Puzzle

Parshat Shekalim teaches us about community and belonging.

Grupper Stars in ‘My Fair Lady’ at Wharton Center

The New York native is starring in the show’s North American tour as Alfred P. Doolittle.

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MSU Student Spray-Paints Swastika In Front Of Own Frat House

The student has since been suspended from his fraternity.

Hues of Jews: Metro Detroit’s Jews of Color

Community members from different denominations share their pathways, obstacles and joys

Yeshiva Beth Yehudah and Oak Park Receive Grant to Improve Pedestrian...

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The Safe Routes to School grant will provide better traffic signals, pedestrian island.

Friendship Circle’s Lessons for Life Volunteer Cookie Koblin Shares Her Story

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Koblin is a regular face at Friendship Circle, and plans to stay as long as she can. Sponsored by Friendship Circle Photography by Brett Mountain Cookie Koblin’s...

Ezra Lev Seegull, U of M Student Active in Hillel, Dies...

Ezra Seegull
From Baltimore to Ann Arbor, Seegull touched the lives of the people he met.

Dr. James Allen Jones’s Six-Decade Journey to Judaism

Dr. Jones and Laura Lucassian
This 94-year-old never stops learning and teaching.