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Jewish Diversity And Warm Breezes

02/11/2014
Travel Writer
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It’s safe to say that 20 years ago, your odds of seeing a band of mariachis playing klezmer-style Chanukah music in a Mexican resort were slim to none.

The rocks off Los Cabos. Courtesy of Los Cabos Tourism

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Another Face Of Yeshiva University

07/27/2011
Special To TheJewishWeek.com
There is a narrative that Yeshiva University has shifted to the right, religiously-speaking. I attended the recent leadership retreat sponsored by YU’s Center for the Jewish Future (CJF), an annual get-together in Orlando, FL at the ChampionsGate resort, where I encountered a whole other face of the Yeshiva and University that demonstrates how that perception is incorrect.
 
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