September 25, 2012 Experiencing Hunger Rabbi Steve Gutow, ’03, talks about the Food Stamp Challenge in j. weekly. MORE September 20, 2012 Where Does the Mezuzah Go? That’s the latest children’s query Rabbi Sandy Sasso, ’74, writes about. Read the Publisher’s Weekly profile. MORE August 16, 2012 Celebrating Together Celebrations, a program for special-needs youth at Reconstructionist congregation Ner Shalom in Cotati, CA, is featured in j weekly. MORE August 2, 2012 Making Sacred Space The Mail Tribune profiles Rabbi Joshua Boettiger, ’06, as he begins his tenure with Temple Emek Shalom in Ashland, OR. MORE July 19, 2012 On Chicago’s Cutting Edge Rabbi Jordan Bendatt-Appell, ’08, is recognized for his work as an exciting young Jewish leader by two city organizations.MORE July 11, 2012 “Stranger Among Us” The St. Louis Jewish Light speaks to Rabbi Maurice Harris, ’03, about his new book on Moses. MORE June 20, 2012 Privileged to Serve Rabbi Amy Small, ’87, writes about marking 25 years in the rabbinate for the “Rabbis Without Borders” blog. MORE June 20, 2012 “Planned Pulpithood” Rabbi Sandy Sasso, ’74,spoke on a recent panel of the earliest women rabbis. The Jewish Exponent quotes some of her signature stories. MORE May 22, 2012 Sharing Her Story Rabbi Sandy Sasso, ’74, will participate in a panel discussion featuring America’s first women rabbis at the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia. MORE May 11, 2012 Evolving Jewish Paths On May 2, President Dan Ehrenkrantz, ’89, took part in a panel discussion about the future of current Jewish organizational structures. MORE April 24, 2012 Judaism’s Future Rabbi Dan Ehrenkrantz, RRC’s president, joins a “powerhouse panel of rabbinic leaders,” according to The Jewish Exponent, in a public conversation on May 2. MORE April 23, 2012 Make B’nai Mitzvah Meaningful The New York Jewish Week agrees with Rabbi Joy Levitt, ’81, that teens deserve more engaging coming-of-age experiences. MORE April 23, 2012 Torahs Are Survivors, Too Rabbi Meryl Crean, ’96, draws attention from The Inquirer for her role in keeping Czech Torah No. 586 alive. MORE April 18, 2012 Remembering Jack Cohen, z’l RRC pays tribute to one of Reconstructionist Judaism’s leading lights. MORE April 10, 2012 Days Dedicated to Counting Rabbi Yael Levy, ’95, has taught people how to count the Omer for 15 years. She explains its meaning in The Philadelphia Inquirer. MORE April 2, 2012 Top Rabbis President Dan Ehrenkrantz, ’89, and four other RRC graduates are among The Daily Beast’s 50 most influential rabbis in America. MORE March 28, 2012 The Bat Mitzvah Revolution Rabbi Roni Handler, ’11, talks to The Philadelphia Inquirer about how bat mitzvah ceremonies have inspired further innovations in Judaism. MORE March 28, 2012 Spotlight on Sudan Rabbi Steve Gutow, ’03, brings national attention to the crisis in the Sudan, with the help of actor George Clooney. MORE March 8, 2012 A Compassionate Purim Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer creates a sensory-friendly Purim carnival for special-needs children. MORE March 7, 2012 “Fearless Woman” Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum, ’90, receives kudos as part of The Daily Beast’s list of 150 international women leaders and activists. MORE Pages« first‹ previous…91011121314151617…next ›last » This is the archival site for the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. It is no longer updated. For the new site, please visit https://www.rrc.edu.