From This Past Shabbat, We Continue to Celebrate the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Legacy: Fill the World with Light!

B”H To commemorate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the passing of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, I was asked to compose an open letter with some inspiration to disseminate to our […]

JGR Summer 5778 Journal

BS”D JGR Journal – Day #1 The sun beat down on JGR’s new home for summer 5778 – a serene girl scout campus in Upstate New York – as cars slowly turned in to its […]

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 […]

Historical Fiction Story by Chaya Mushka Kievman

BS”D  Dear Diary, The train’s whistle exhales every time I let out my shaky, sucked- in breath. As the train travels from Russia to some unknown destination, my thoughts go back to the fateful moment […]

Personal Prayer, by Lielle Schwartz

When I light Shabbos Candles I am still I  hear my breath And I feel my Neshama connected to Hashem.   I bring in the light towards me I say the blessing with my eyes […]

A Double Mitzvah!

I have always created candlesticks over the years but in the past three years,  I sell them at my mother’s art shows and events. It has always been my passion for Jewish women to light Shabbos candles […]

Star Gazing my Jewish science project

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WARM UP ALASKA… WARM UP THE WORLD! Did You Know? If New York City had the same population density as Alaska, only 16 people would be living in Manhattan? Alaska is as big as England, […]

Circles for Unity

This month’s theme was how circles illustrate unity. Since I love photography, I planned to take photos of circles in nature. The closer I looked, the more I realized that what I thought were circles […]

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 […]

“Be A Bee” Writing Ideas

“Be A Bee” Writing Ideas Get published on our website. Here are some topics to get you started. 1. Write a poem from the perspective of a bee. 2. Write a fiction story that brings […]

Buzzing Bees & Birthday Blessings!

Greetings From Nechama – Buzzing Bees & Birthday Blessings! I had the pleasure to celebrate my birthday in our JGU Virtual classroom with women and girls. My husband, Rabbi Avraham Laber, who raises bees as […]