Alumni and Friends
Rebecca Ottinger '15 writes about her experience with the Abayudaya in Uganda where the townspeople converted to Judaism in the early 20th century and continue practicing today.
Support of Israel. Patriotism. Love for his grandfather. In his graphic novel, Jonathan Lang '98 looks at the good side of the notorious Jewish gambling kingpin.
As the hospital's director of spiritual care, Harris helps kids and families withstand the trials of hospitalization and advocates for young patients like Spencer Raifman.
Rabbi Joseph Rosen '14 works to uphold his Mississippi synagogue's historic commitment to civil rights without alienating congregants who want him to steer clear of controversial issues.
Anne-Marie Asner, MA '96, teaches children about the Eastern European Jews' mother tongue in such books as "Shmutzy Girl," "Noshy Boy" and "Klutzy Boy."