Maybe you’ve seen the pictures. Women, looking somber, face the camera, holding a sign. One reads, “I am an agunah 2+ years and counting.” Another simply says, “14 years.” Some women show their faces; a redhead sits cross legged ... Read More


World Reacts to Terrorist Attacks in Brussels and Pakistan

On March 22nd two coordinated terrorist attacks occurred in Brussels, the capital of Belgium and of the European Union; one in the departure hall of the Zaventem airport, and the other in the Maelbeek metro station, just steps away from EU ... Read More


President Joel Confirms Campus Changes at Town Hall

Richard Joel, president of Yeshiva University, held his last Town Hall meeting of the year at Stern College’s Beren campus last Wednesday. Most notably, President Joel confirmed the rumors that the start of renovations, increased prices, ... Read More



This semester I am enrolled in a memoir-writing class called Writing Women’s Lives. In addition to exploring and analyzing many contemporary memoirs (all written by women), we consistently produce our own memoir pieces and share them with ... Read More


Liberal and Pro-Israel: An Oxymoron?

  At a university that is as pro-Israel as YU, it is not uncommon to hear people voicing their opinions about American policy towards Israel. Especially with the presidential election season firing people up, there are constant debates ... Read More