Month: January 2013

January 2013

Re-defining Faith and Service: Part 2

By Nicole Storrow This is part 2 in a series. To read part 1, click here.  I have always struggled with the term “community” and which one was mine. When I was little the Jewish community was mine because of … Continue reading

24th Jan, 2013

Re-defining Faith and Service: Part 1

By Nicole Storrow Eleven years ago today, I was standing in front of my friends and family proud to be reading from the torah for the first time and recognized by my community as an adult.  I remember preparing to … Continue reading

22nd Jan, 2013

A View Beyond the Cubicle

By Alex Korsunsky Though there may be many good things about cubicles, a panoramic view isn’t one of them. In my cubicle at the back of West Bronx Housing’s florescent-lit, windowless office, case folders tower several feet above my head … Continue reading

17th Jan, 2013