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Op-Ed: Keeping Jerusalem Pluralistic And Vibrant

Jerusalem, the holy city. A complex and controversial place that is sacred to the three religions of the Book, plastered across international headlines and disputed...

Jews in the Digital Age: A Return To Simpler Times

I’ve always had a tremendous appreciation for technology. I’m continuously wowed by the innovations that have revolutionized our lives, but I also fear that...

A Pre-Election Post-Election Assessment

Let’s be honest, and most of us can because we’re not running for office. Partisan politics aside, you have to admit the presidential campaigns...

Editorial: JN Endorses Clinton For President

In only the third time since the Atlantic’s founding in 1860, the magazine has endorsed a presidential candidate. In its endorsement for Hillary Clinton...

Op-Ed: Jewish Communal Life Centered On Social Justice for All

EDITOR’S NOTE: Two weeks ago, the JN published a Rosh Hashanah sermon Rabbi Aaron Starr delivered at Congregation Shaarey Zedek in Southfield. Rabbi Starr...

Op-Ed: How the GOP Meets A Jewish Millennial Woman’s Standard

I’m Jewish. I’m a woman. I’m a millennial. And I’m incredibly proud to be a Republican supporting conservative candidates in November. For many of us...

Opinion: Why Vote For A Regional Transit Authority?

Everyone knows Detroit is the “Motor City” that made automotive transportation a staple method of getting around town. Unfortunately, not everyone in the Metro...

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Limmud Goes Virtual

The pared-down event will be held on Sunday, Nov. 1, starting at 11:30 a.m. COVID has transformed Limmud Michigan’s annual conference from a daylong...

State Hillel Groups Promoting Voting on Campus

Both U-M and MSU Hillels are using Hillel International’s MitzVote campaign. With Election Day less than two weeks away, Jewish college students across Michigan are...