NEW VOICES MAGAZINE
Editor in Chief, June 2015 - June 2016
When we lived in Brussels, he says, there was a road that went through the country all the way out to the area of the Pale that Irving came from. Once, when my grandfather came to visit us, my dad offered to drive out there. Surely he would want to see where his father was from.
No, my grandfather said. He left for a reason.
AT BROWN, ALPHA EPSILON PI BECOMES BETA RHO PI OVER DISSATISFACTION WITH TREATMENT OF NON-JEWS, SEXUAL ASSAULT
"Basically there was a sense that you should really only be trying to rush Jews, and … ‘we really want higher Jewish numbers with you guys,’ and they were very aggressive about it.”
I was hoping that in 2016, the Jewish community would find better ways to reach out to millennials. I guess they have, if co-opting social justice, intersectionality, and related ideas counts as outreach.
I have news for the organized Jewish community: The war on intermarriage has already been lost. You never needed to fight it in the first place.
On October 11, 2009, I woke up in my best friend’s apartment at 5 a.m.
THE QUEEN'S JOURNAL
News Editor, May 2014 - April 2015
Assistant News Editor, January 2014 - April 2014
When a local brewing company owned by Queen’s graduates approached the Queen’s Pub (QP) last year about getting their beer on the menu, they didn’t realize how difficult it would be.
The fourth annual Kingston SlutWalk celebrated its birthday with a name change — to the Shameless Promenade.
The Sexual Health Resource Centre (SHRC) executive found out on March 13 they had to decide whether they would become an SGPS club or an AMS service next year — and they were only given 72 hours to do it.
A tweet criticizing Queen’s Health 102 professor Melody Torcolacci for teaching that vaccines cause autism went viral last night, but it’s only the most recent in a series of complaints about her teaching.
Hi, my name is Chloe, and I’m a shopaholic.
THE KINGSTON WHIG-STANDARD
Reporting intern, May 2014 - August 2014
When Lubomyr Luciuk found First World War internment camp survivor Nykola Sakaliuk in Toronto, it was by providence, not chance.
Four inmates from Collins Bay Institution are suing the federal government in an attempt to overturn last October's decision by Correctional Service Canada (CSC) to cut inmate pay by 30%.
Kingston's soldiers left for the Great War by train 100 years ago. The stations that carried them out of town no longer serve their original purpose.
When I think of the 4th of July, I think of standing on a balcony with my parents, singing "4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)"š with my dad as fireworks went off over Queens.
Steve Cutway, a Kingston resident, voted in advance at the returning office last Friday. This wouldn't be unusual, except that Cutway had to make two attempts before finally casting his ballot.
Bernie Sanders’ campaign has rekindled the enthusiasm of many of my liberal Jewish peers for national political debate. What’s the attraction?