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New Voices Editorial, Opinion, The Conspiracy - June 26, 2015 0 Comments

Nice Jewish girl seeks same for legal wedding

On October 11, 2009, I woke up in my best friend’s apartment at 5 a.m. We had a bus to catch to D.C. We were going to the National Equality March. Before that, though, we had something to do. … Keep Reading >>

Arts & Culture, The Conspiracy - June 18, 2015 0 Comments

BirthWrong explores Jewish culture outside Israel

In May, BirthWrong gave students the opportunity to travel to Spain to learn about communism, the Spanish Civil War, and Jewish culture outside of Israel. BirthWrong was founded by the left-wing … Keep Reading >>

New Voices Editorial, Opinion, The Conspiracy - June 11, 2015 0 Comments

Student journalism is no joke

Two Jewish nonprofit employees walk into a Christmas store. Then what? This isn’t the set-up for a joke. There’s no punchline here. If you’re me, you walk around feeling divided between a sense … Keep Reading >>

Op-Ed, Opinion, The Conspiracy - June 4, 2015 0 Comments

Let’s All Be Traitors

Treason has been on my mind a lot the past few weeks. In the Jewish world, the website Canary Mission – which seeks to create a “blacklist” of pro-Palestinian activists – has caused a … Keep Reading >>

Campus & Community, The Conspiracy - June 3, 2015 0 Comments

Life as a Jew at Catholic U

Choosing a college was the first big choice I had ever made. I knew Seton Hall University gave away good scholarships, was close, and I figured I had nothing to lose. Two months later, I was accepted … Keep Reading >>

Campus & Community, The Conspiracy - June 2, 2015 0 Comments

Jewish Students Will Not Stand Idly By

American students are more likely to die from gun violence than car accidents. It seems as if we serve as potential targets wherever we go. The horror that occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary School is … Keep Reading >>

The Conspiracy - June 1, 2015 0 Comments

Modern Orthodoxy: Stop Appeasing Orthodoxy

 In January 2014, Rabbi Avi Weiss’s conversions were called into question by the Israeli Rabbinate. At the time, this was the most prominent example of the differences between the Orthodoxy’s … Keep Reading >>

The Conspiracy, Torah With Attitude - May 28, 2015 0 Comments

Losing My Monarchism: A Jew in the Motherland

Some people go to the United Kingdom and develop a love for the royal family. I went to the U.K. and became strongly anti-monarchist. Don’t get me wrong: the current Queen is fantastic, and the … Keep Reading >>

The Conspiracy - May 26, 2015 0 Comments

Can I Eat Meat and Be an Environmentalist?

As a child who had made the decision—to my parents’ chagrin, at least in part because for the better part of my childhood I ate little other than various combinations of dough, tomato sauce, and … Keep Reading >>

Arts & Culture, Campus & Community, The Conspiracy - May 21, 2015 0 Comments

A Magazine for All ’70 Faces’ of Our Community

It started over a cup of coffee. I had just gone to Israel and was eager to continue learning about that illusive country I had just been exposed to. Courtney Strauss had just started her new job as … Keep Reading >>

The Conspiracy - May 18, 2015 0 Comments

Reanalyzing That Damn Survey Again…Again

  “American [Jew]s are fleeing organized religion.” This was the big takeaway from the Pew Report in 2013 (I feel a not insignificant embarrassment that we are still quoting it) and another … Keep Reading >>

Campus & Community, The Conspiracy - May 5, 2015 0 Comments

How Guilford Hillel Became Guilford Chavurah

At 8:17 a.m. on a rainy Thursday morning, a group of nine Jewish students at Guilford College decided to make a change. Rather than continuing to label themselves as a Hillel, the students decided to … Keep Reading >>

The Conspiracy, Torah With Attitude - May 4, 2015 1 Comment

Dear Orthodox Leaders: LGBTQ Jews Don’t Need Your Sympathies

The Shabbat of Parashat Akharei Mot-Kedoshim— the Torah portion that was read in many synagogues this past Saturday morning — is always a painful one for me and many other queer Jews. The verses … Keep Reading >>

Opinion, The Conspiracy - April 27, 2015 0 Comments

Let’s Make Yom HaAtzmaut About the People

Every year, even if I celebrate it differently and even as my perceptions of Zionism and the Jewish State become evermore complicated, Yom HaAtzmaut always evokes in me a certain special nostalgia. It … Keep Reading >>

The Conspiracy - April 20, 2015 1 Comment

Who Really Are ‘The Jews': More Questions About Jews and Race

  We here at New Voices seem no strangers to the question of whether or not the Jews are white. Yet the wider American Jewish community tends to go back and forth on the issue, especially now that … Keep Reading >>

Campus & Community, The Conspiracy, Torah With Attitude - April 17, 2015 0 Comments

Passover in College: A Journey Worth Taking

Keeping kosher in college is not easy; keeping kosher for Passover is even harder. Pizza, bread, eggs, fruits, veggies, and desserts are my go-to dorm foods. While mentally preparing for Passover, I … Keep Reading >>

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