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The Boundaries of Inclusion

Having studied engineering in college, I often get asked if I felt it was a waste, if it has anything to do with my work now. And my answer is always that, in fact, my work has a lot to do with engineering – thinking about optimizing systems, about solving problems, and about building solutions […]

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The Heart of Gathering

Hey all! It’s been a while – but I wanted to get back into the blogging. I’ve been reading a great book called “The Art of Gathering” by Priya Parker. It’s described as “A bold new approach to how we gather that will transform the ways we spend our time together–at work, at home, in […]

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The most meaningful and important Jewish experience of my college career

Guest author: Aaron Wilson, UPenn ’15   Last year I had what was, without question, the most meaningful and important Jewish experience of my college career. At Penn there are literally thousands of Jews who identify as such and have some background but are not involved in the Jewish community. At the beginning of March […]

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