Articles in the News 2006

New Jersey Jewish News:
09/21/06—The New Jersey couple who founded and helped finance Rutgers University’s Allen and Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life were honored for their achievements as the center celebrated its 10th anniversary on Sept. 17.
Rutgers Media Relations:
Rutgers New Jersey Jewish Film Festival Begins Nov. 9
10/10/06—A drama about an Ethiopian boy attempting to make a new life in Israel and a tale of German-Jewish relations revealed through a get-rich-quick scheme devised by two Israeli car dealers, are highlights of the seventh annual Rutgers New Jersey Jewish Film Festival.
Rutgers University Libraries:
06/01/06 —In 2006, with the assistance of World History Librarian Jim Niessen, Rutgers College graduate David Salem donated a full 73 volume set of the Schottenstein Edition of the Babylonian Talmud, published by the Jewish book publisher ArtScroll, to the Rutgers University Libraries.
New Jersey Jewish News:
05/25/06 —Professor Jeffrey Shandler discusses translating Emil and Karl by Yankev Glatshteyn and speaks about the future of the mameloshn.
The Daily Targum:
03/21/06 — As an adolescent, Amir Gutfreund realized his many grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins were a makeshift family of Holocaust survivors, which his parents - both Holocaust survivors - created in an attempt to form a community, despite the mass murder of their relatives.
Rutgers University News:
02/06 — A symposium on the 60th anniversary of the first international effort to bring Nazi war criminals to justice and an evening program of music and dialogue with Osvaldo Golijov, a noted composer whose works are profoundly changing the world of classical music, will open the spring season of public programming offered by the Bildner Center.