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.
How Devin Naar's global search for the Sephardic Holocaust experience led to personal discoveries--and to planning a ground-breaking conference at UW.
Can the number 40, a special number in Jewish tradition, serve as the timeframe for a meaningful Jewish transformation? A think-piece by Jamie Merriman-Cohen.
PhD student and scholarship winner Yoav Duman explains how his personal history led to an interest in immigration studies.
Can we change the cycle of gloomy attitudes to Hebrew school? Rabbi Jill Levy suggests that we learn the art of the power pose.