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Lessons about faith in Auschwitz.

A conversation with Mitchell B. Reiss, President, Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland.

To say that Judaism has been a constant feature in my life is an understatement. I spent eight hours a day in a Jewish day school from kindergarten through graduation, and went to temple every Shabbat. My family was so active in our synagogue, we received its "Family of the Year" award.

Looking for some college cash, these scholarships, grants, and lower cost loans can help.
 

Adjusted for inflation, young college grads today earn less than their counterparts did a decade ago.

Yearly, as a high school guidance director and president of the Jewish interest group of the National Association for College Admission Counseling, I visit colleges throughout the U.S. to see how Jewish life is changing campus-wide. Here's what I've learned.

What are the top three mistakes students make when applying to college, and what should they do differently to increase their odds of getting in?

Emma Peabody of Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple in New Brunswick, New Jersey is enthusiastic about her courses in “Biblical Theology” and “Women in Israel” at the University of Haifa, part of the Refor

This past summer I served as a chaperone for the North American Federation of Temple Youth (NFTY)'s Dor L'Dor ("generation to generation") program, which in 2011 brought 378 high school students to

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