The Sundial

Young adults reinvent Jewish identity in the modern world

Britten Fay

November 29, 2010

More and more young Jewish adults in America are putting off their church and marriage for later in life.  Dr. Tobin Belzer of the University of Southern California’s Center for Religion & Civic Culture wanted to offer some perspective on this phenomenon, particularly for contemporary Jewish ...

Holocaust survivor speaks to Jewish Studies class about his struggle to survive

Blanca Gomez

October 24, 2010

A Holocaust survivor spoke to a crowded classroom about his life and struggle to keep his hope and survive in a time of turmoil in history, when millions of people died for being different. Students and other campus members gathered Thursday afternoon in Michele Paskow’s Jewish Studies 300 class to ...

Licensed Israel tour guide speaks to CSUN students about archeology

Nayeli Pelayo

September 19, 2010

A licensed tour guide came to CSUN to share his archeological findings from Israel and to speak about the history behind the artifacts. Michele Paskow, Jewish studies department professor had her personal friend, Moshe Goldin, come speak to her class and anyone else who was interested in attendi...

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