BY MATTHEW GREEN
From what I’ve heard in the Jewish media and seen in forwarded chain-emails from my bubby, it’s clear that an increasing number of Jews feel disheartened by what they perceive as President Barack Obama’s frosty approach to Israel.
BY NOEL GORDON
I think it’s rather fitting that the fate of the DREAM Act and the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy were essentially woven together in a recent defense appropriations bill that failed in the U.S. Senate.
BY ERIC SZKARLAT
Why aren’t we more aware about the cancers that are killing our fathers, grandfathers, brothers and uncles? Are they simply less marketable?
BY LIBBY ASHTON
In looking back on my last two years at the University, I realized that I haven’t done the best job fulfilling that purpose in a hands-on way.
BY ALEX BILES
Nobody in the world knows every skill necessary to make beer.
BY RACHEL VAN GILDER
Michigan’s agricultural industry is often overshadowed by the prominence of the automotive industry and other manufacturing jobs.
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