Featured Stories tagged with "Touro College South"

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It was emotional for Calanit Paz to interview Holocaust victims in their homes as part of her internship work for Jewish Community Services (JCS) in Florida. As a young woman who identifies with her Judaism very deeply and has studied in Israel, it was almost too emotional. As she puts it, in Paz’s line of work, you need to have a “poker face” and be very professional as you talk to clients about their story. However, hearing first-hand from individuals who survived the camps became too overwhelming, and Paz found it difficult to maintain a stoic disposition.
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In the days immediately following the horrific violence at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the hallways and breezeways of Touro College South were filled with the sounds of heated debate on the question of gun control in the United States and students, faculty and staff all sought to articulate an appropriate response to the tragedy.