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  • Iowa Church Is a Beacon After Immigration Raid
    The New York Times, July 12, 2008

  • Unlikely Allies on a Former Wedge Issue
    The New York Times, June 28, 2008

  • Lawyer-Turned-Nun Rises to Israel's Defense
    The New York Times, June 14, 2008

  • Education Stories, Inspiring or Otherwise
    The New York Times, June 4, 2008

  • Nearly Deaf Professor Teaches English Literacy, One Student at a Time
    The New York Times, May 21, 2008

  • Tending to a Flock in Hard Hats
    The New York Times, May 17, 2008

  • May 10: 2006: A Young Work in Progress Shattered on a Road in Iraq
    April 26, 2006: In College Entrance Frenzy, A Lesson Out of Left Field
    February 15, 2006: A Teacher's Fall at a Turbulent School
    November 9, 2005: 'Innovative' Math, but Can You Count?
    October 26, 2005: For Fasting and Football, A Dedicated Game Plan
    September 28, 2005: The Achievement Gap in Elite Schools
    September 14, 2005: Just a Living Legacy to the Leader of the Band
    August 3, 2005: Little-Noticed Crisis at Black Colleges
    July 20, 2005: In Exposing a Grading Scandal, Harsh Lessons Are Learned
    June 22, 2005: How Does Their Garden Grow? Very Well, Say Junior Farmers at Bronx Science
    May 25, 2005: From Distinguished To Extinguished
    May 11, 2005: Heart From the Heartland: Peace Corps Is Special Tradition at Wisconsin
    March 30, 2005: A Teacher Sees Herself Younger, and on Broadway
    March 16, 2005: Student Grades? The Computers Flunk
    March 2, 2005: Catholic Schools Must Be Fund-Raisers
    Jan 26, 2005: At Stanford, Tutoring Helps Make a Janitor Less Invisible
    Jan 19, 2005: Back to the Basics of a Legible Hand
    Dec 28, 2004: An Artist Talked and a World Listens
    Dec 22, 2004: An Overcrowded School Boils Over
    Dec 8, 2004: A Refuge for Gay Students When Families Turn Away
    Nov 27, 2004: Finding History (and Wild Rice and George Foreman Grills) Under a Rock
    Nov 17, 2004: Apply Here for Scholarship, And Prepare to Be Smeared
    Nov. 3, 2004: Classes in Judaic Studies, Drawing a Non-Jewish Class
    Oct. 27, 2004: Grad School's International Glow Is Dimmed by Security Concerns
    Oct. 6, 2004:School Codifies a Literary Form That Started in the Funny Pages
    Sept. 29, 2004: Politics Aside, a School's Real Success
    Sept. 22, 2004: When School Budget Is Starved, Challenging Courses Are Frills
    Sept. 15, 2004: Weaning Parents From Children As They Head Off to College
    Sept. 8, 2004: Dreamed You Didn't Study? Be Proud, You Meritocrat
    Sept. 1, 2004: Behind Top Student's Heartbreak, Illegal Immigrants' Nightmare
    Aug. 16, 2004: Israeli Author Turns Slogans Into Rap Hit
    Aug. 1, 2004: Frank Gehry's Mideast Peace Plan
    July 21, 2004: Young Lives Scarred by Loss Find Balm at a Summer Camp
    July 7, 2004: When the Race for a Top College Intersects With Summer School
    June 16, 2004: After Sputnik, It Was Russian; After 9/11, Should It Be Arabic?
    May 19, 2004: Increasingly, African-Americans Take Flight to Private Schools
    May 12, 2004: Where School Desegregation Battle Began, Victory Casts a Shadow of Defeat
    Oct. 11, 2003: Are Jews Who Fled Arab Lands to Israel Refugees, Too?
    Sep. 5, 2003: In The Radio Studio With Jonathan Schwartz
    May 17, 2003: A Relationship That's Past Its Prime
    June 30, 2002: A Cork Pops, People Duck and Israel Laughs
    June 17, 2002: For an Israeli, Flights of Fancy Are Grounded
    May 26, 2002: An Anchor Pulls Back the Curtain on the Nightly News
    Nov. 11, 2001: Public Radio's Private Guru
    April 30, 1999: Broken, But Not Unfixable
    Feb. 28, 1999: Suburbia Outgrows Its Image in the Arts
    Nov. 8, 1998: A Microphone on the Margins
    June 20, 1998: Asking Software to Recommend a Good Book


  • Jerusalem Post
  • April 15, 2006: In the Diaspora: Abe Rosenthal, American Jew
    April 6, 2006: Diaspora Voice: Those undesirable immigrants
    March 21, 2006: In the Diaspora: Confessions of a sap
    January 26, 2006: The Inconvenient Man
    December 27, 2005: What's really behind the 'anti-Exodus'
    October 26, 2005: August Wilson & the Jews
     
  • USA Today
  • Mar. 24, 2004: Don't Reward Deceitful Writers

    Jan. 22, 2004: 'Legacy' admissions ban highlights flaws in system
    July 17, 2003: 'Sex and the City' Celebrates Judaism
    Aug. 13, 2003: Gay marriages open gate to social stability
    Mar. 20, 2003: U.S. enters era of privatized war
    Aug 21, 2002: 9/11 Doesn't Do Tragedy Justice
    DATE TK, 2002: Literary 'Rolling Stone' Sells Out to Male Titillation

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  • May 3, 2002: The Case for the Wall
    June 22, 2000: Synagogue and State in Israel
    March 10, 2000: Catholics & John McCain
    Jan. 12, 1999: The Leo Frank Vogue
    Nov 23, 1998: Why 'Birthright' Israel Can't Work
    Sept. 30, 1997: The Education Divide
    June 12, 1997: Anthony J. Lukas
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    March 23, 2000: Gay Marriage and JudaismBack to top
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  • June 21, 1999: The Un-Reformation
    Jan. 25, 1999: Esteem Heat
    March 2, 1998: Can This Man Save Publishing? 
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Iowa Church Is a Beacon After Immigration Raid
The New York Times, July 12, 2008


Unlikely Allies on a Former Wedge Issue
The New York Times, June 28, 2008


Lawyer-Turned-Nun Rises to Israel's Defense
The New York Times, June 14, 2008


Education Stories, Inspiring or Otherwise
The New York Times, June 4, 2008

Nearly Deaf Professor Teaches English Literacy, One Student at a Time
The New York Times, May 21, 2008


Tending to a Flock in Hard Hats
The New York Times, May 17, 2008

May 10: 2006: A Young Work in Progress Shattered on a Road in Iraq
April 26, 2006: In College Entrance Frenzy, A Lesson Out of Left Field
February 15, 2006: A Teacher's Fall at a Turbulent School
November 9, 2005: 'Innovative' Math, but Can You Count?
October 26, 2005: For Fasting and Football, A Dedicated Game Plan
September 28, 2005: The Achievement Gap in Elite Schools
September 14, 2005: Just a Living Legacy to the Leader of the Band
August 3, 2005: Little-Noticed Crisis at Black Colleges
July 20, 2005: In Exposing a Grading Scandal, Harsh Lessons Are Learned
June 22, 2005: How Does Their Garden Grow? Very Well, Say Junior Farmers at Bronx Science
May 25, 2005: From Distinguished To Extinguished
May 11, 2005: Heart From the Heartland: Peace Corps Is Special Tradition at Wisconsin
March 30, 2005: A Teacher Sees Herself Younger, and on Broadway
March 16, 2005: Student Grades? The Computers Flunk
March 2, 2005: Catholic Schools Must Be Fund-Raisers
Jan 26, 2005: At Stanford, Tutoring Helps Make a Janitor Less Invisible
Jan 19, 2005: Back to the Basics of a Legible Hand
Dec 28, 2004: An Artist Talked and a World Listens
Dec 22, 2004: An Overcrowded School Boils Over
Dec 8, 2004: A Refuge for Gay Students When Families Turn Away
Nov 27, 2004: Finding History (and Wild Rice and George Foreman Grills) Under a Rock
Nov 17, 2004: Apply Here for Scholarship, And Prepare to Be Smeared
Nov. 3, 2004: Classes in Judaic Studies, Drawing a Non-Jewish Class
Oct. 27, 2004: Grad School's International Glow Is Dimmed by Security Concerns
Oct. 6, 2004:School Codifies a Literary Form That Started in the Funny Pages
Sept. 29, 2004: Politics Aside, a School's Real Success
Sept. 22, 2004: When School Budget Is Starved, Challenging Courses Are Frills
Sept. 15, 2004: Weaning Parents From Children As They Head Off to College
Sept. 8, 2004: Dreamed You Didn't Study? Be Proud, You Meritocrat
Sept. 1, 2004: Behind Top Student's Heartbreak, Illegal Immigrants' Nightmare
Aug. 16, 2004: Israeli Author Turns Slogans Into Rap Hit
Aug. 1, 2004: Frank Gehry's Mideast Peace Plan
July 21, 2004: Young Lives Scarred by Loss Find Balm at a Summer Camp
July 7, 2004: When the Race for a Top College Intersects With Summer School
June 16, 2004: After Sputnik, It Was Russian; After 9/11, Should It Be Arabic?
May 19, 2004: Increasingly, African-Americans Take Flight to Private Schools
May 12, 2004: Where School Desegregation Battle Began, Victory Casts a Shadow of Defeat
Oct. 11, 2003: Are Jews Who Fled Arab Lands to Israel Refugees, Too?
Sep. 5, 2003: In The Radio Studio With Jonathan Schwartz
May 17, 2003: A Relationship That's Past Its Prime
June 30, 2002: A Cork Pops, People Duck and Israel Laughs
June 17, 2002: For an Israeli, Flights of Fancy Are Grounded
May 26, 2002: An Anchor Pulls Back the Curtain on the Nightly News
Nov. 11, 2001: Public Radio's Private Guru
April 30, 1999: Broken, But Not Unfixable
Feb. 28, 1999: Suburbia Outgrows Its Image in the Arts
Nov. 8, 1998: A Microphone on the Margins
June 20, 1998: Asking Software to Recommend a Good Book


Jerusalem Post

April 15, 2006: In the Diaspora: Abe Rosenthal, American Jew
April 6, 2006: Diaspora Voice: Those undesirable immigrants
March 21, 2006: In the Diaspora: Confessions of a sap
January 26, 2006: The Inconvenient Man
December 27, 2005: What's really behind the 'anti-Exodus'
October 26, 2005: August Wilson & the Jews

USA Today

Mar. 24, 2004: Don't Reward Deceitful Writers
Jan. 22, 2004: 'Legacy' admissions ban highlights flaws in system
July 17, 2003: 'Sex and the City' Celebrates Judaism
Aug. 13, 2003: Gay marriages open gate to social stability
Mar. 20, 2003: U.S. enters era of privatized war
Aug 21, 2002: 9/11 Doesn't Do Tragedy Justice
DATE TK, 2002: Literary 'Rolling Stone' Sells Out to Male Titillation


SALON

May 3, 2002: The Case for the Wall
June 22, 2000: Synagogue and State in Israel
March 10, 2000: Catholics & John McCain
Jan. 12, 1999: The Leo Frank Vogue
Nov 23, 1998: Why 'Birthright' Israel Can't Work
Sept. 30, 1997: The Education Divide
June 12, 1997: Anthony J. Lukas

BELIEFNET

July 5, 2000: Whither American Zionism
March 23, 2000: Gay Marriage and Judaism


NEW YORK MAGAZINE

June 21, 1999: The Un-Reformation
Jan. 25, 1999: Esteem Heat
March 2, 1998: Can This Man Save Publishing?