New updates!

I’m stoked to reveal some updates I’ve been making to this site! I’ve totally revamped and reorganized how my posts are categorized and they now are sorted by topic, type, and publication. I’m hoping this makes it easier to navigate and read. Also, I’m always looking for feedback (which you can always give anonymously via […]

Trauma-Informed Civil Discourse-An explanation

I’m certainly a little late in getting this up on my site but it’s important to share nonetheless. Last semester, I was approached by AU’s Project on Civil Discourse to write an article on why our discourse (as a campus, as a community) should be trauma-informed. In truth, I’ve been hesitant to weigh in on […]

On the frontlines to #SaveSCOTUS

Last night, hundreds of people worried about the prospect of an ill-suited, backward-thinking Supreme Court justice. I am proud to have been able to participate in the demonstration and stand next to some of the most important voices of our time while they responded to the nomination and discuss what happens next. Check out clips […]

We are all responsible for our own theology.

I have been thinking a lot lately of theology. With our administration using bastardized New Testament scripture as justification for their horrific and inhumane policies, I hurt. I hurt not only as a moral human being but as a Jew. Theology has been the justification for countless atrocities throughout the world’s history. The scripture that […]

Interview with College Magazine: How to make anything sound positive in an interview

Job interviews can be intimidating. And not every trait you bring to the table is inherently either a strength or weakness. But with a few tricks, everything can sound positive. Read my full interview with College Magazine to find out how!