One of the big questions facing school leaders right now is what things will look like when the new school year begins. No one fully knows whether teachers and students will be able to fully or partially return to their classrooms and, even for those who can enjoy “business as usual,” the atmosphere at school is likely to be filled with
In my article last week, I wrote of a widespread email scam that attempted to get people to send hundreds of dollars of iTunes gift cards to them. Now let’s go to another method scammers love: the robocall.
One is hard-pressed to go a day without getting numerous robocalls. Scammers do this as
In many ways, this book is an anthology of various essays and articles that Joshua Berman published in other places (plus
(Courtesy of YU) The Graduate Program in Advanced Talmudic Studies for Women at Yeshiva University (GPATS) is proud to
For three decades after World War II, the Office of Special Investigation (OSI), a unit in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department
It is not a coincidence that this week’s issue of The Link falls on Thursday, July 9, which is Shiva Asar B’Tamuz. Listening to and observing much that has been going on in our local communities over the past few months, we do not find it random at all. It is perhaps an awakening for all of us at the beginning of the Three Weeks to
As the saying goes, the more things change the more they remain the same, but today the resurgence of anti-Israel and anti-Zionist rhetoric and activity on college campuses is more organized than ever before. Meanwhile, pro-Israel students have been left to fend for themselves with no unified approach or message. While
The last couple of months have been an unprecedented challenge for everyone, from students to the workforce. As a student, I witnessed many of my friends losing planned summer jobs and internships, trying to figure out how to spend what is going to be a very strange summer.
It was in this environment
employer - מַעֲבִיד
bad - רַע
but - אֲבָל
he is fair - צוֹדֵק
what do you mean - מָה כַּוָּנָתְךָ
for everyone - לְכֻלָּם
Bazooka asked his friend: Is it true
Dear Dr. Chani,
I read your recent column about worrying with great interest. One sentence really resonated with me. You wrote, “There are many possible alternative worries that may be masked by your main focus.” I have been wondering if that applies to my life. As long as I can remember, I have had
In the battle between a global pandemic and Camp Simcha, was there ever a doubt which side would emerge victorious?
Understanding that its operations at the happiest place on earth would be limited this summer because of the coronavirus outbreak, Chai Lifeline launched Camp