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Sugar Season

David Iscoe reports on secular advantages to Kosher-for-Passover food. In many ways, for food lovers, religious dietary restrictions are horrible.  It’s not that I can’t imagine a life in which I couldn’t eat a cheesesteak, it’s just that I imagine that life would suck. The laws cut both ways, however. Sometimes, religious laws act as […]

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LectureHop: Balkan Summer

Busy Bwog reporter Bari Weiss found herself in Hamilton Wednesday evening, listening to the stories of students who stepped outside their comfort zone this summer. Her account follows. Two Jews, two Palestinians, one half-Jew half-Palestinian—sounds like the introduction to a bad joke.  But tonight in Hamilton 603, these were the identities (or, as they will […]

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