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Mitch Aeder Takes The Reins at the OU

Twenty years ago, Mitch Aeder was asked by a friend to help him with a new adult-education program that the Orthodox Union was creating called Pardes

Chabad Opens in Dumont

Reflecting the remarkable growth of Jewish life in Bergen County, Rabbi Avrohom and Leah Engel are moving from Fair Lawn to Dumont, New Jersey, to establish

Knesset: Block Citizenship for Terrorist…

A bill to revoke Israeli citizenship from terrorists who have received monetary compensation from the Palestinian Authority passed the first reading in the Knesset on Monday

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The Idea School to Shutter After 2022-2023 Academic Year

The Idea School to Shutter After 2022-2023 Academic Year

The Idea School was established in 2018 to empower high school students using project-driven learning and build their confidence as “innovative thinkers and problem

SINAI Schools to Hold Annual Dinner Feb. 26

SINAI Schools to Hold Annual Dinner Feb. 26

(Courtesy of SINAI Schools) SINAI Schools will hold its annual benefit dinner on Sunday,

Wilf Campus Webinar Looks at Aging With a Plan

Wilf Campus Webinar Looks at Aging With a Plan

If we’re honest with ourselves, we’d admit that we’d rather not face the topic. As the title of the noted Roz Chast graphic

Mayor Wildes, Rabbi Chaim Poupko, Support Englewood Police

Mayor Wildes, Rabbi Chaim Poupko, Support Englewood Police

If we’re honest with ourselves, we’d admit that we’d rather not face the topic. As the title of the noted Roz Chast graphic
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RYNJ Starts Shabbos Sunday Shteiging

RYNJ Starts Shabbos Sunday Shteiging

Erev Shabbos Parshas Bo was the kickoff for RYNJ lower school’s exciting new Torah learning program: Shabbos Sunday

Moriah First Grade Begins Book Reports

Moriah First Grade Begins Book Reports

The first graders jumped right back into the swing of things after winter break! Every student had a chance to share about

Torah Comics Creator Visits Yavneh Academy

Torah Comics Creator Visits Yavneh Academy

Andrew Galitzer, the author and illustrator of Torah Comics, presented to the Yavneh Academy fourth graders last week. His book

The Humble Toast Sportstar of the Week: Orly Hoffer

The Humble Toast Sportstar of the Week: Orly Hoffer

The Jewish Link and The Humble Toast would like to recognize Orly Hoffer as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The sixth grader at Yeshivat

MYHSAL Eastern Conference Playoff Preview

MYHSAL Eastern Conference Playoff Preview

Nearly every season junior varsity Yeshiva League basketball is overshadowed by the varsity stage, but all the excitement and entertainment from the junior varsity level has given

Yeshiva Middle School Sports Association, Playoff Preview

Yeshiva Middle School Sports Association, Playoff Preview

This week marks the end of the regular season for the fall YMSSA teams and there is no better time to take a look at how the postseason should match up. Please note: This story is

The Future of School Lunches: An Integrative Approach to School Lunch Management

The Future of School Lunches: An Integrative Approach to School Lunch Management

(Courtesy of FoodDays) Founded in 2003, FoodDays started off as a grassroots effort to simplify the food

Masbia to Host Fourth Annual ‘Chop Hunger’ Event

Masbia to Host Fourth Annual ‘Chop Hunger’ Event

On Wednesday, February 8, West Side Institutional Synagogue in

Bagels and Lox Anyone?

Bagels and Lox Anyone?

All of us at The Jewish Link are happy to welcome the latest addition to the Bagel Boss family to its new location at 1280 Teaneck Road.

Israel’s Debate Over the Separation of Powers

Israel’s Debate Over the Separation of Powers

The authority of the Israeli Supreme Court may be somewhat curtailed, but Israel’s robust democracy will survive. The

Voting Against an Antisemite Should Be an Easy Decision

Voting Against an Antisemite Should Be an Easy Decision

History will remember which congressmen voted to remove Ilhan Omar from the Foreign Affairs Committee and which didn’t.

Fair Lawn Community Marks Baba Sali’s Yahrzeit

Fair Lawn Community Marks Baba Sali’s Yahrzeit

(Courtesy of Community Kollel of Fair Lawn) Nearly 100 people attended the yahrzeit of Rabbi Israel Abuhatzeira (the Baba
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