Monthly Archives: July 2017

Life, Liberty and Happiness? Or Peace, Order and Good Governance?

Wurzweiler Professor Gary Stein: What We Can Learn From Canadian Policymaking Unlike many of my fellow Americans, who don’t usually give much thought to our neighbor to the north, I have always been interested in Canadian culture, politics, and geography. This began in my childhood, as I longed to visit the Montreal world’s fair known as

Mourning with Meaning

CJF Offers Array of Inspirational Shiurim and Programming for Tisha B’Av and Three Weeks As the Jewish calendar passes through the summer months, the period colloquially known as “The Three Weeks” is being observed through various stages of mourning over the destruction of the two Temples and other Jewish tragedies. The period begins today with Shiva Asar B’Tammuz,

Master’s Student Presents at International Chaos Theory Conference

Yitzchak Shmalo Shares Original Research on Dynamical Systems In June, Yitzchak Shmalo ’16YC presented original research at a key international conference in the field of chaos theory, an area of mathematics that studies nonlinear topics that are effectively impossible to predict or control because of the complexity of the systems involved (for example, the weather or the