Jewish summer camps offer kids a unique linguistic landscape
The spirit of Judaism is thriving by the ga-ga pit
At a summer camp an hour from the banks of the Danube where thousands of their ancestors were shot only seventy years ago, young Jews from all over the world are gathering to celebrate.
A quest to find the inventor of the iconic game leads to an unlikely founding father: a nice zayde from Maryland.
Times are changing. Are our sleepaway camps changing with them?
For a century, it’s been a camp for (mostly) Jewish girls—but not a Jewish camp
For many non-White or non-Ashkenazi Jews, sleepaway camp gifts scars rather than life-long friendships. Here’s what staffers and parents can do.
How the saddest day of the Jewish calendar helped make me a happier Jew
URJ’s 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy has robotics, video game design, and more
Once a utopian getaway for children of socialists and left-wing organizers, the camp remains an essential haven for ‘weird Jews’
Still cry when you hear ‘Cat’s in the Cradle’? Remember how to Dippity-Do your hair? Take a trip down memory lane, camper.
First-time novelist Ari Goelman faces tough questions from an 11-year-old fantasy fiction aficionado and summer-camp devotee
Hiking the Appalachian Trail—once before Tisha B’Av—taught me the essence of observance