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Machon Kaplan

As a Political Science major, whose best friends are Political Science majors, who spends her time watching The West Wing and who finds fascination in the game and strategy of electoral an

Sonya Abrams

In late June, the U.S. Supreme Court released a series of opinions that were deeply disappointing to many in the social justice community.

Noah Goldmann

It is no secret that social action is a central maxim of Judaism.

Jacob Gurvis

As passengers abandoned airplane mode, buzzes from CNN or New York Times lit up their phones; updating them of what had or hadn’t transpired domestically and abroad in the nearly five-hour flight b

Rachel Levy
The author and her grandparents

A few years ago, my grandpa was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

Abby Kamen

Monday, June 25th, 1:00 AM

My alarm disrupts the silence, and in my sleepy, disoriented stupor I think it must be a mistake.

CJ Wechsler
Poor People's Campaign morning Shabbat service

One Saturday morning, a group of social justice-oriented college interns woke up early with a purpose. We woke up with a purpose to pray, to rally, to march, and to fight poverty, not the poor.

Rachel Dovek