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Interfaith Families in the Jewish World

How are interfaith families creating a new Jewish reality in America? That was the theme at the Interfaith Opportunity Summit in Philadelphia this week, organized by… 512 more words

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Many Young Adults Still Live at Home

For a variety of reasons, young adults are more likely to live at home than ever. Among these reasons are: to finish school, to reduce spending, to save money after completing school, to begin repaying college debt, and to avoid certain household tasks. 194 more words


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Γιώργος Ξ. Πρωτόπαπας

Η μεταναστευτική κρίση έχει εξελιχθεί σε ένα «hot topic» της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης που υπονομεύει την ενότητά της, αποκαλύπτει την ανεπάρκεια της να το διαχειριστεί και ενισχύει ακροδεξιές και ξενοφοβικές τάσεις. 26 more words


Why Educational Services Has Experienced the Most Job Growth in an Economy Dominated By the Financial Needs of the 1 Percent

In an economy dominated by the financial desires of the 1 percent, why has educational services experienced the most job growth over the last twenty-five years? 213 more words

Op-Ed: Believing is more than seeing

It seems like every time I turn on the television, log-on to social media or check a news application on my phone, there is another breaking news story about something violent that has happened at home or overseas. 471 more words


Jobs requiring social skills, preparation expected to grow most | Pew Research Center

The Pew Research Center reports that most growth in recent years has been in occupations that require higher levels of education, training and experience – a trend that seems likely to continue. 116 more words


Recreational Gun Culture as Serious Leisure, Part 1 - Hunting

In recognition of the opening of the gun deer hunting season in Eastern North Carolina today, some thoughts on hunting and gun culture.

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