The dance troupe performed on Wednesday despite anti-Israel protests and provided beautiful, if repetitive, choreography. By Isabella Fincher
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science exhibit features 600 artifacts from ancient Israel and never-before-seen scrolls. By Carina Julig
The recent bomb threats to Jewish organizations have put Jewish CU students and faculty on edge. By Jackson Barnett and Carina Julig
Alumni from the Middle Eastern environmental studies institute talked to students about the program and Middle Eastern peace. By Kristin Oh
This week in the world: Russian airstrikes in Syria, tensions in the West Bank and a Taliban retreat in Afghanistan. By Giorgio Ausenda
What you need to know about the Iran nuclear deal, U.S. response to refugees and more. By Giorgio Ausenda
The Israeli Prime Minister invited Congressional Republicans into his dream world this Tuesday. By Jared Conner
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Students and professors speak on Israel and Palestine.
By Hannah Herreid and Micah Mador
Students Hannah Herreid and Micah Mador explain the issues that Israel faces in American media portrayal.
Opinion: Centered on foreign policy, the third and final presidential debate demonstrated that Romney has a clear plan for the future of America. Compared to Obama, could he have more to offer our country? Haley’s argument for “yes”: