Grandma’s Fur Coat Becomes a Lovable, Huggable Keepsake
After Rita Glosser’s mother passed away in 1986, Glosser didn’t know what to do with the mink stole her mother had cherished.
Buffalo Cantor Still Reeling From Sexual Harassment
Penny Myers, a life member of Hadassah, credits a Hadassah Magazine story in July 2019 for giving her the courage to speak up.
An Aspiring Veterinarian Turns to Crime in ‘Other People’s Pets’
Author R.L. Maizes delves into deeply human themes of healing and family through her distinct protagonist, La La Fine, a Jewish animal empath.
New Brandeis Guide Aims to Deliver the Real Deal on Israel
Brandeis faculty members collaborated with scholars from around the world to create the first curated free guide that directs global audiences to reliable sites.
OneShared.World Seeks a New Global Operating System
Founded by Jamie Metzl, OneShared.World is a collaborative social and political movement intended to bring about systemic change around the globe.
A New Program Helping to Make ‘Odd Couples’ Housing Shidduchs
Odd Couples Housing matches seniors who have spare bedrooms with young students and professionals looking for affordable housing.
Erin Zaikis on the Life-and-Death Matter of Handwashing
Zaikis was 23 when she founded Sundara, an organization that recycles soap and provides it free to communities where lack of hygiene leads to illness and death.