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Kibbutznik Spots Leopard, Saves Pet

06/01/2007
Staff Writer
In Israel dog-bites-man is not news. But leopard-tries-to is. Arthur Du Mosch, a 49-year-old tour guide who made aliyah from Amsterdam 22 years ago, awoke early Monday morning to find a wild leopard in his bedroom in Sde Boker, a Negev kibbutz. Du Mosch says the feline, which was too old to seek prey in the wild, was part of a pack that had been hunting domestic dogs and cats in the area recently, chasing the family’s house cat, Zehava, through an open window.

Simchas Torah, 1939

Israel Advocacy On Campus (program at JCC)

Friday, August 21st, 2009 ISRAEL ADVOCACY ON CAMPUS:: The Strength of Standing Together   Speaker: Micah Halpern   SUNDAY, AUGUST 23, 2009 6:30-8:30 PM JCC OF MANHATTAN AMSTERDAM AVE. & 76TH STREET   REFRESHMENTS BY KOSHER ITALIAN NOIDUE RESTAURANT   ADMISSION IS FREE

Y.U. May Close Its Boys High School

01/15/1999
Staff Writer
Yeshiva University is considering closing its 80-year-old Modern Orthodox boys high school in Washington Heights, once the primary feeder for its undergraduate college for men with which it shares a campus. Faced with a choice between financial pragmatism and a proud tradition of Torah education, Dr. Norman Lamm, Y.U.'s president, will have to decide later this year whether or not to phase out the school over several years.

Building A Better Future

01/21/2000
Staff Writer
The Jewish Communal Fund, which has consistently been the largest single contributor to UJA-Federation, broadened the scope of its support last year with gifts to UJA-Federation's fund that supports building projects. Noting that JCF donations in the past have been used for UJA-Federation's general operating budget, JCF's endowment committee decided also to "help the network of services to the Jewish and general community by targeting specific projects," according to Lynn Kroll, JCF's endowment committee chair.

The Great Yeshiva `Riot’ Of `68

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

Forty years ago this spring, Columbia University was rocked by student riots, and Yeshiva University, where I was a senior, was the scene of a major water fight. And therein lies a tale.

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