Raquel Wildes, a graduate student at Columbia Journalism School, is an Audio Consultant at Tablet.
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Kosher Cooking Competition Raises Money to ‘Chop Hunger’

Masbia, a kosher food kitchen network in New York City that serves over 2 million meals to the needy every year, hosted an event at the Lincoln Square Synagogue to help raise awareness for its worthy cause

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Back to a Place of Hiding

In the documentary ‘The Barn,’ a Holocaust activist travels with her grandfather to Ukraine to visit the place where he took refuge from the Nazis

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In Appreciation of Columbia’s Hillel

How the Columbia/Barnard Hillel brought me comfort and helped me take control of my Jewish path

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One Super Supercentarian

Goldie Michelson immigrated from Russia at the turn of the century, and wrote her graduate thesis about Jewry in Worcester, Massachusetts. At 113 years old, she’s reportedly America’s oldest person.

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Climate Change, Sure, but What About My Schmear?

All these studies about arctic sheets and rising sea levels have me freaking about about my favorite Jewish locales, which may eventually be submerged

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Trump Says He ‘Totally Disavows’ David Duke’s Anti-Semitic Drivel

The former KKK grand wizard, who supports Trump, went off again about ‘Jewish supremacists.’ Finally, Trump was quick to denounce Duke’s words.

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Instagram of the Week: ‘Hot Dudes and Hummus’ in Israel

A group of Israeli college students are using social media to bolster Israel’s image, to make it, er, yummier

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Ted Cruz’s Brooklyn Matzo Spectacle

He came, he saw, he sang ‘Dayenu’

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We All Scream For Ice Cream

As Bernie Sanders campaigns hard in New York, Ben and Jerry offered helpings of their ‘Bernie’s Yearning’ ice cream in Manhattan’s Union Square

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The Little D.C. Shul That Could

Built in 1876, Adas Israel—the actual building itself—will be moved for a third time

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‘City of Gold’ Film Follows L.A.’s Top Food Critic

A new documentary tells the story of the Los Angeles food scene through the eating experiences of Jonathan Gold, the first food critic to win the Pulitzer Prize

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