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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Education

A teacher from Oswego County, New York, in February gave an assignment asking students to argue in favor of exterminating Jews, generating uproar.

The teacher, Michael DeNobile, gave the assignment as part of the Oswego County CiTi/BOCES New Vision program, according to a report in the American Thinker.

According to local reporter Julie McMahon, the students were asked to “put themselves in a Nazi leaders’ shoes and argue for or against the ‘Final Solution’ to exterminate Jewish people.”

MaryEllen Elia, the New York education commissioner, defended the teacher’s actions on Thursday.

It seems that only two students, both non Jewish seniors, were disturbed by the assignment, Jordan April and Archer Shurtlif. April and Shurtliff brought

To me, Alison Barshak was like Confucius with a 12-inch kitchen knife and rubber chef’s clogs. The summer before my junior year of high school, I cut vegetables a few feet away from Alison, a famous chef and restaurateur, who, as an expert in her field, always offered profound answers to my questions about cooking, the foodservice industry, and life, as she chopped, mixed, and grilled.

One day, I noticed that a new restaurant had opened just across the street. “I bet you’re upset that they

As I walked up and down the main shul of the Beth Gavriel Center in Forest Hills on Sunday evening, March 5, I was simply amazed by what I witnessed. I saw about 20 yeshivos lined up along the walls of the shul displaying the advantages of their respective institutions. I got a glimpse of Rabbi Zalman Deutcher, the legendary dean of Yeshiva Primary, fielding questions from a young Bukharian couple. 

I saw representatives of Yeshiva Stars of Israel proudly exhibiting their academic

The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation announced today that it has selected 30 outstanding Jewish professional and volunteer leaders from around the world for the third cohort of the Schusterman Fellowship. The Fellowship is an executive-level leadership program that features individualized professional development experiences and empowers Fellows to address specific needs within their organizations.

The new cohort of Fellows hails from Jewish and secular nonprofits, as well as

A Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researcher has developed a new technique that could provide virtually 100 percent protection against cyber attacks launched through internet videos or images, according to a university statement.

“Any downloaded or streamed video or picture is a potential vehicle for a cyberattack,” says Professor Ofer Hadar, chair of BGU’s Department of Communication Systems Engineering. “Hackers like videos and pictures because they bypass the regular data transfer