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This South Carolina College Town Is Top 10 In The Nation –

| September 8, 2022

"Clemson University is an American public, coeducational, land-grant and sea-grant research university located in Clemson, South Carolina, United States:" There is something special about a college town. While I attended a school in a pretty big city (Go Wolfpack!) there is still something special about a college town. And I do feel that in the immediate area of the school I still got that feel.

Wexner Heritage Program The Wexner Foundation

| August 22, 2022

The 2,300 Alumni of the Wexner Heritage Program are top lay leaders at the local, national and international level.

Jewish Americans in 2020 | Pew Research Center

| August 22, 2022

(Photo illustration/Pew Research Center) For this report, we surveyed 4,718 U.S. adults who identify as Jewish, including 3,836 Jews by religion and 882 Jews of no religion. The survey was administered online and by mail by Westat, from Nov

Jewish practices and customs in the U.S. | Pew Research Center

| August 22, 2022

Jewish Americans are not a highly religious group, at least by traditional measures of religious observance.

What You Should Know About NJ’s School Supply Tax Holiday This Week –

| August 22, 2022

Rarely will you ever hear the words "New Jersey" and "sales tax" mentioned in a sentence together that doesn't have a negative connotation to go right along with it. Let's face it, when it comes to the taxes we pay here in the Garden State, they're anything but cheap.

How small New England cities are standing up to white supremacists – Maine Public

| August 20, 2022

Two dozen local residents crowded into the city hall in Franklin, New Hampshire, last week to demand that their mayor and council representatives take a more aggressive stance against growing white supremacist activity in the region. They denounced neo-Nazi groups that have encroached into local council and school committee meetings across the state

Honoring the Turkish-Jewish Maftirim heritage

| August 16, 2022

To many Turkish citizens who are unfamiliar with Jewish religious music, certain Turkish Jewish liturgical hymns would sound like any other Turkish music that originated in the Ottoman Empire. Listening to a record by Hazan Aaron Cohen Yasak, a Turkish-Jewish cantor, brought back memories of my grandfather listening to Trk Sanat Mzii (Trkish classical music). I was fascinated by the resemblance of these Jewish hymns to the music I grew up with.

Voices of European Jewry: Krakow, Poland | The Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle –

| August 16, 2022

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POLITICO Playbook: This week, it really is the economy, stupid- POLITICO – POLITICO

| July 25, 2022

With help from Eli Okun and Garrett Ross The Biden administration is bracing for bad GDP figures ahead of a what's expected to be a a busy week of economic news. | Scott Eisen/Getty Images THE WEEK Today: The America First Agenda Summit convenes in Washington (heres the schedule). The Senate holds a cloture vote on the CHIPS Act, setting up a possible final vote on Tuesday or Wednesday

Ukraine’s Centuries-Long History As Viewed Through its Currency | At the Smithsonian – Smithsonian Magazine

| July 23, 2022

Ellen Feingold Curator, National Numismatic Collection Before the February 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, few outside of the country took note of the trident symbol at the center of Ukraines national emblem. But in the days following the invasion, the trident was beamed around the world, appearing in the backdrops at press conferences and embossed on the clothing worn by the nations leaders and soldiers.

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