Essay

Why It’s Not Okay To Fall

By On February 26, 2017

Everyone says, "it's okay to fall," but quite literally, society doesn't seem to agree. How come when we trip in the street we get up as fast as possible, hoping no one… Read More

Essay

The Fatties And Thinnies Game (Jews, Non-Jews, And Belonging Somewhere)

By On February 26, 2017

The game made us laugh, debate, and venture into un-PC territory. It also showed me that I did have a community.… Read More

Story

A Murder At Qumran

By On February 23, 2017

Who shot The Prophet?… Read More

Essay

Four Ways To Deal With Your Inner Critic

By On February 22, 2017

It's always there, so we might as well do something about it!… Read More

Essay

The Facebook Group That Proves You Can’t Escape Lubavitch

By On February 21, 2017

Because once a Lubavitcher, always a Lubavitcher. #amiright?… Read More

Essay

I Didn’t Write An Article Today

By On February 21, 2017

This is awkward.… Read More

Guest Post

A Disturbing But Profound Interaction With The Other

By On February 20, 2017

What happens when we open ourselves up to a stranger that we might otherwise ignore?… Read More

Poem

Symbolism Crumbles Under The Weight Of Disillusionment

By On February 20, 2017

I remember the light most of all.… Read More

Essay

Imagine! A Better Jewish World

By On February 16, 2017

Take a moment. Don't compromise. Don't hold back. And imagine the Jewish world as you really wish it would be. And realize that your mission is to help us arrive there.… Read More

Poem

WATCH: “New-Style Inauguration” by Rachel Kann

By On February 15, 2017

A live performance of "New-Style Inauguration" shot by Eric Zimmerman… Read More