Brandeis University's Women’s Studies Research Center and International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life present an exhibition about the healing power of art in South Africa Photographs by Brandeis U. fine arts major and Haifa native Naomi Safran-Hon will be part of an … [Read more...] about The Healing Power of Art
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In a step that marks a major change in gender roles within modern Orthodoxy, women will be ordained as Orthodox rabbis. Jerusalem's Shalom Hartman Institute, founded by Rabbi David Hartman, himself a modern Orthodox rabbi, will open a four-year program next year to prepare women … [Read more...] about Hartman To Ordain Women Rabbis; Or Not?
The Jewish Agency for Israel began a new campaign today in the Israeli press. In front page mega-sized ads they proclaim: "Keeping the promise that any Jew, every Jew, has a home in Israel." The interesting sidebar, JAFI's new tagline: As Israel's largest and most … [Read more...] about JAFI’s New Advertising Campaign
Wednesday Is the Best Day to E-Mail The debate has raged for as long as e-mail marketing has existed: When is the best time to mail? As both marketing tactics have shifted and consumer behavior has evolved, the answers have varied. According to the “2007 Q3 Email Marketing” stu … [Read more...] about Tech World News