New Jersey Jewish News
pdf Forum probes link between religion, health (54 KB)
December 18, 2013 — At a program at Rutgers University, Rabbi David Ellenson, and Dr. Jeff Levin discuss the intersection of spirituality and health in Jewish tradition, with moderator Dr. Deborah Carr of Rutgers.

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pdf Film depicts Sukkot traditions, buildings (33 KB)
October 28, 2013 — In New York City’s Union Square, 2010’s “Sukkah City,” and its accompanying documentary featured such a design and others from the minds of architects recreating the traditions of the Jewish holiday Sukkot.

New Jersey Jewish News
pdf A ‘mensch’ remembered at Rutgers (55 KB)
April 24, 2013 — Herbert Stolzer was remembered as always willing to lend his support to the Jewish community, from assisting special-needs children to helping launch Rutgers University’s Allen and Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life.

New Jersey Jewish News
pdf Yaakov Ariel: How evangelicals chose Israel and the Jews (62 KB)
April 17, 2013 An unusual 'marriage' transcends theology, says religion professor

New Jersey Jewish News
pdf The Past is Never Dead: At Rutgers, artist Shimon Attie probes Jews and History (63 KB)
March 24, 2013 — In his video, performance art, and photography, Shimon Attie reminds viewers of the way history imposes on the present — and demands that they confront the past.

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pdf Rutgers professor revisiting the legacy of Anne Frank (10 KB)
February 5, 2013 Who was Anne Frank? Professor Jeffrey Shandler discussed his ideas in “The Anne Frank Phenomenon.” Shandler hopes that his audience at Rutgers, as well as readers of his book, will come to appreciate the importance of Anne Frank’s story and the role her diary plays.

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pdf Professor Breaks Down Impact of Anne Frank (53 KB)
February 2013 Professor Jeffrey Shandler, a professor in the Department of Jewish Studies, demonstrated the expanse of the cultural phenomenon in society surrounding Anne Frank and her infamous diary since its original publication in 1947.