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Letter to the Editor: On Syrian airstrikes, learn from American inaction during Holocaust

May 8, 2018

Filed under Latest Stories, Letters to Editor, Opinion

April 25’s paper described the new exhibit, Americans and the Holocaust, at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., for which history Prof. Daniel Greene was the chief curator. One visitor to the...

Trachtenberg: As Jewish community faces challenges, Holocaust-denying professor has no place at NU

Ben Trachtenberg, Op-Ed Contributor

April 28, 2017

Filed under Contributors, Latest Stories, Opinion

Monday marked an occasion called Yom HaShoah, a Holocaust Remembrance Day for communities throughout the world to honor the 11 million innocent Jews, Roma, Poles, mentally disabled and LGBTQ people — among others — who died...

Schwartz: In light of Trump’s immigration ban, we must take a lesson from the Holocaust

Alex Schwartz, Columnist

January 29, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

International Holocaust Remembrance Day has two pretty straightforward objectives: to remember the victims of the Nazis and to educate ourselves with the intention of preventing genocides from happening in the future. Remembering...

International collaboration works to increase Holocaust awareness

Mariana Alfaro, Reporter

November 21, 2014

Filed under Academic, Campus, Events

It took 13 months and two trips across the Atlantic Ocean for an international group of 20 students and two sponsors to create The Memory Archives project, which focuses on increasing awareness of the Holocaust in the Internet...

Songs of Themselves: Reviewing ‘The Lilliput Troupe’ and ‘Fight or Flight’

Zach Barr, Theater Columnist

April 30, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns & Reviews, The Current, Theater

This was a good week for student theater. Vertigo, the first StuCo board to mount a full show this quarter, presented Communication senior Gaby FeBland's new play "The Lilliput Troupe" this past weekend. With two of its five...