Latest Education
On Topic
Adina Lover
Words Unspoken
Anonymous
Tribute
Yisroel Besser
Profiles
Eytan Kobre
Family First Feature
Kayla Markowitz
On Site
Cyprus's historical Jewish havens of refuge are in closed military zones following a civil war — but that wouldn’t stop us, would it?
Ari Greenspan and Ari Z. Zivotofsky
Feature Article
Can you hold tight to your principles at the Vegas trade fairs?
Yisroel Groweis
News In Depth
Clearing the air on vaping
Yochonon Donn
Family First Feature
Osteoporosis is a preventable and treatable disease. Here’s how to mitigate your risks
Esther S. Leshkowitz
Kichels
When it comes to a teacher’s feelings, not all students are equal   It’s the great paradox of teaching: The students are both the profession’s greatest joy and its largest source of frustration. Mixed feelings may be teaching’s professional hazard, but 85 percent of teachers say they chose this job to make a difference in
Bracha Stein and Chani Judowitz
Web Exclusive
LISTEN: What you do when you hold to re-elections and nobody wins, again?
Binyamin Rose
Inside Israel
Yes, Israel might annex the Jordan Valley, but in an agreement with the Jordanians, Jerusalem might also give up rights to the peace islands
Eliezer Shulman
Profiles
“I gave the yeshivah my very bones”: 50 years later, Reb Yaakov “Jackie” Levison remembers the Ponevezher Rav
Rabbi Eliyahu Gut and Rabbi Ephraim Zalman Galinsky
Profiles
He’s a scion to Yerushalmi Torah greatness and an heir to the legacy of Brisk. Rav Yonason Sacks taps his family legacy for the challenges of a new generation
Eytan Kobre
True Account
“Those boys just understand each other,” I heard my mother telling my father once. “It’s not a typical friendship, it’s a whole different animal”
Tzvi Rabinowitz
Musings
This year I’m not looking for much at all, thank goodness. You know, just health, happiness, sustenance. The usual
Yael Zoldan
Global View
Amnesty rewrites history in bigoted West Bank report. Lest you think I am exaggerating Amnesty’s claims, I let the report, “Destination: Occupation,” speak for itself
Gershon Burstyn
Global View
The Iranian presence in Syria isn’t going anywhere. They have invested too much. There is an ideological element to this
Gershon Burstyn
Counter Point
Last week’s Open Mic piece on the way our publications portray a disparity between our spiritual values and materialistic pursuits drew significant feedback.
Mishpacha Readers
Guestlines
As they age, many parents become impatient, short-tempered, and/or cantankerous. When this happens, it poses serious challenges for their adult children
Dr Meir Wikler
Real Life
I was searching for my missing gown, and found something worth much more
Rivka Streicher
The Moment
On the eve of a new Rosh Hashanah, Rav Avigdor Miller’s lesson continues to inspire.
Mishpacha Contributors
Fiction
Tamar's life felt all wrong. Did the Sorting Sheitel make a mistake?
Gila Arnold
Fiction
“He’s not one of those guys who opens the cream cheese container but leaves the plastic wrap half attached on top, is he? Because that’s bad middos”
Yael Zoldan
Family First Feature
A stolen baby. A genetic test. A Teimani woman finds her family
Malka Katz
Profiles
Rabbi David Skulski’s mission to collect every scrap of Holocaust testimony
Binyamin Rose
Knesset Channel
Rav Chaim in Tel Aviv, and Israel's political future
Gedalia Guttentag
Tribute
Mourning Rav Shlomo Gissinger
Yisroel Besser
5 to 9
"You’re only limited by how big you can dream"
Moe Mernick
10 Questions
15,000 minyanim, more than 6,500 locations, 70 countries
Rachel Bachrach
Life Lab
Can a 5-minute hack change your life?
Esther Kurtz
Family First Feature
Families who weathered a double blow, and how they persevered
C.S. Teitelbaum
EndNote
My mind is consumed with Rosh Hashanah davening from immediately after the summer ends
Riki Goldstein
Profiles
At first glance, they’re just random splashes of color. But as your eyes adjust, you might find some surprising images of Yoel Turgeman’s inner world
Chananel Shapiro
Staff Room
One thing I like to do is think about the Erev Yom Tov food. Kids that are fed tend to behave better.
Family First Contributors
Recipes
These are traditional pies topped with a brittle-like layer, a perfect herald to a sweet new year. To make it even better, it’s freezer-friendly.
Rivky Kleiman
Feature Article
If we want our nonprofits to continue to effectively serve the klal in the future, the time to create a better career roadmap is now
Shira Werblowsky
On Topic
You’ve decided to strike out on your own and go freelance. Here’s how to establish yourself in your field and work your way toward success
Miriam Bloch
More Education
Family Reflections
It would be nice if we could custom-design schools for our kids
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Family First Feature
Does mainstreaming work? Three mothers share their struggles and successes
Zivia Reischer
Know This
As your daughter’s eim bayit, I’ll tell her the things you forgot to tell her.
Esther Ilana Rabi
Family First Feature
Many schools teach the what; Sara Devora Chrysler teaches the why
Shoshana R. Meiri
Windows
I’d taken many of my children to their first day of first grade. But today was different
Tova Traub
2.0
Yael Dorfman