Denise Grollmus' discovery that her family had Jewish roots led her to study contemporary Jewish-Polish culture.
Jewish Studies got started at the UW as part of a national movement in the early 1970s. We interviewed a trailblazing student from that era.
Sophomore Nicole Aqua spent the summer digging up history on Israel's northern coast.
PhD student and scholarship winner Yoav Duman explains how his personal history led to an interest in immigration studies.
Sarah Zaides dives under the surface of her Jerusalem pool and finds unexpected benefits of staying fit abroad.
It is a universal truth known to man that everyone loves Chinese food.
Follow Charlotte's travels through Israel — camels, soldiers, volunteering and learning lessons from her students.
The complexity of human beings undermines the supposed tidiness of politics. Last summer during my first trip to Israel, my interactions with individuals placed into question my naive trust in political claims.