Project Lashon Hara by Chana Mandella (Part #1)

“Project Lashon Hara – now that has a ring to it, doesn’t it?”  Chaya smiled.  She had been working to get this project started for how long now?  Five, maybe six years? Chaya’s ingenious plan […]

Introducing… Finish-the-Story!!!

BS”D This week, May 6/Iyar 21, Creative Online Club was transformed into an open meeting serving a two-fold purpose:  The JGU Magazine Team planned and arranged for our upcoming Shavuot Global Voices e-Magazine; and all […]

Spark in the Night: A Chanukah Short-Story by Tzipporah Prottas

“Hadara,” whimpered my 4 year old sister, Tzofiya, as she squeezed my hand tighter.  “Hadara– the city’s scary when it’s dark!” I was my younger sibling’s ‘street-crossing buddy’, as my family navigated the twisting streets, […]

Chanukah in Stonemount Square

by Fraida Feldman Hersh and Levi ran a shul for young adults. It was neither big, nor small. They ran programs at various universities throughout the city for Jewish students. They also hosted shiurim throughout […]

The Magen David Necklace Part 2 Mushka Rothman

Miriam boarded the airplane. She took her seat in the plush chair that only airplanes have, and carefully fastened her buckle. She watched the practiced flight attendants demonstrate the safety techniques. The thought of jumping […]

The Magen David Necklace

Today was an exciting day for Miriam. It was the day she was going to go on an airplane for the first time, and guess where she was going? She was going to Israel! Miriam […]

Everything is for a Reason – by Fraida Feldman

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Escape from Egypt

“Wake up, Ariel! We haven’t got a minute to lose,” Ima shouts from the kitchen.  I am still sleeping on my mat in the other room. Groggily, I open my eyes and blink until they […]