Tag Archives: Sukkah

An Ignited Spark: One Jew’s Encounter with the Divine

By: Elissa Martel My friends and I used to affectionately call the community we grew up in Baruchline (Brookline, MA being it’s real name). We’d sometimes use the term “Little Jerusalem” to describe our central commercial hub, featuring a number … Continue reading

Mummy Dance Parties and Stranger Gift Exchanges: Making Meaningful Connections in Manhattan (and Beyond)

Robin Blanc is from Philadelphia, PA and attended Reed College. As a New York Corps member, she works as the College Access Fellow at The Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice, a college-preparatory high school that engages students through … Continue reading