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All In The News tagged "Jewish Exponent"

Medical Students Team Up to Supply PPE to Philly Hospitals

The College of Medicine was mentioned in a May 6 Jewish Exponent article about Philadelphia medical students joining forces to supply personal protective equipment to area hospitals.

Survivor, Artist Inspired New Poetry Book

Harriet Levin Millan, an associate teaching professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was featured in a Nov. 24 Jewish Exponent story about her latest book "My Oceanography," a collection of poems that was released last month.

Drexel Expects Influx of Orthodox Students

Isabel de Koninck, Drexel's campus rabbi and executive director of Drexel Hillel, was quoted in an Aug. 22 Jewish Exponent story about how Drexel's Jewish community is expecting its number of Orthodox students to grow.

Drexel Student Group Works to Expand Eruv

Undergraduate Charlotte Guedelia, was quoted in a July 4 Jewish Exponent story about their efforts to make the Chabad serving Drexel students more accessible for Orthodox community members.

Drexel Hillel Receives Torah Accessories

Accessories for the Torah created by Renee Chase, former Westphal College of Media Arts & Design professor, were featured in a May 16 Jewish Exponent story. Her creations will be exhibited May 18 at the Perelman Center for Jewish Life and will remain at the Center permanently for use in its chapels.

New Center for Jewish Life at Drexel University Opens

The ribbon-cutting and official opening of the Raymond G. Perelman Center for Jewish Life at Drexel was featured in the Jewish Exponent on Nov. 3. Drexel President John A. Fry; Rabbi Isabel de Konick, executive director and campus rabbi of Hillel at Drexel; and Max Kahn, student president of Hillel at Drexel; were quoted in the story.

Jewish Novelist Writes Inspirational Story of Sudanese Refugee’s Life

Harriet Levin Milan, associate teaching professor in the College of Arts and Sciences and director of the Certificate Program in Writing and Publishing, authored a novel, “How Fast Can You Run,” which tells the true story of Kuch, a Lost Boy of Sudan who was separated from his family in 1988 when his village in South Sudan was destroyed during the country’s long Civil War. Millan was interviewed on Oct. 26 by the Jewish Exponent regarding the story.

Drexel Jewish Center Will Be Groundbreaking

The groundbreaking of the Raymond G. Perelman Center for Jewish Life was featured in an Oct. 9 Jewish Exponent story. President John A. Fry was quoted along with Ken Goldman, senior associate vice president of presidential initiative and Rabbi Isabel de Koninck.

Celebrating the High Holidays on Campus Means Blending the New With the Familiar

Isabel de Koninck, campus rabbi and executive director of Drexel Hillel, was quoted in a Sept. 4 Jewish Exponent story about celebrating the High Holidays on campus.

Jewish Drexel Student Finds Swastika Next to Israeli Flag

A statement by President John A. Fry about a recent anti-Semitic incident on campus was quoted in a May 15 Jewish Exponent article.

Newsmakers the Week of July 24, 2014

Benjamin Lev, PhD, department head of the decision sciences department in the LeBow College of Business, was mentioned in a July 24 Jewish Exponent article for co-authoring a paper published in the premiere issue of Operations Research Perspectives.