Students start freshman year motivated and excited, but soon grow disappointed. The fault lies with Tinder as a way of life.
Culture & Life
Ta'alin Abu Hanna will go on to represent Israel in Miss Trans Star International pageant in Spain.
Poem of the Week
Rachel Hadas finds new spaces by trying to switch from her right hand to her left, for art's sake.
Paul Heyse finds succor in the embrace of the cool forest, and coy language.
Flying over Europe, the sea and deserts, the first and second generations of the Holocaust experience dreamlike transformations in Agi Mishol’s poem.
Surrealist Robert Desnos worked for the French anti-Nazi Résistance by forging papers – and writing poems to amuse frightened children
Scholars agree that this rueful sonnet is addressed to a young man, possibly an earl.
The buffet at Market House steers clear of the classic Israeli buffet and offers deliberately small amounts that are frequently replenished.
With prose that resembles a soldier’s body – lean and muscular, understated but elegant beneath the fatigues – Matti Friedman writes a heartbreaking memoir about the fear and fallacies surrounding Israel's 'self-inflicted' war in the 1990s.
The American musician, who was targeted by the anti-Israel BDS movement and is best known for his song 'Happy,' will appear in the Tel Aviv suburb of Rishon Letzion on July 21.