Alumni and Friends
"A strong America with a vibrant economy, energy independence, secure borders, and law and order is good not only for the country but also for the Jewish community," says Matthew Brooks '87, head of the Republican Jewish Coalition.
A new play starring Annette Miller, BA '58, MFA'76, explores the decades-long controversy over performing the antisemitic composer's works.
Emi Watanabe Cohen '21 draws on her Japanese and Jewish roots to craft fantasy novels that feature Yiddish-speaking dragons and golems.
Michael Zoosman '03 spearheads a movement of Jewish activists battling to outlaw capital punishment. The death penalty "is a slap in the face of any spiritual, legal, or ethical tradition," he said
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.