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Apr 14 2015

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Pittsburgh Has Heart: J Serve

Kiley Spitz Cohan and Adi Kadosh talk about J-Serve 2015 in Pittsburgh on April 19, 2015 with CBS.

Apr 03 2015

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Enough is Enough

Fewer and fewer campus rapes are being swept under the rug – or beneath the quad – thanks to brave young women and prevention programs that work.

Apr 03 2015

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Passover memories grow throughout the years

Since the passing of my stepfather last August, I live alone in my home, and I have been heavily involved in sorting through items in the house in an effort to be more organized.

Apr 02 2015

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Next Leaders

BBYO teen girls experienced growth from entrepreneurship weekend.

Apr 02 2015

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The Jewish Chronicle

Congratulations to Shoshana BBG of Squirrel Hill and David Iszauk AZA of South Hills as the overall winners of the 2015 BBYO Keystone Mountain Region Tournies Awards during the BBYO KMR Tournies convention March 13 to March 15 at the South Hills Jewish Community Center. 

Apr 02 2015

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BBYO International Convention

Over Presidents Day weekend, more than 2,200 Jewish teens from across the globe gathered in Atlanta for the largest BBYO International Convention ever. 

Apr 01 2015

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First Chicago, now the world!

Colin Silverman, 18, was recently elected Grand Aleph Godol of BBYO, a 90-year-old Jewish youth movement engaging teens in leadership opportunities and other Jewish experiences.

Apr 01 2015

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Local teens attend BBYO International Convention in Atlanta

Over Presidents’ Day Weekend, I joined more than 3,300 of the Jewish community’s top teen leaders, educators, professionals and philanthropists from across the world in Atlanta for BBYO International Convention (IC) 2015.

Apr 01 2015

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Capitol Hill hears Montgomery teens’ voices on college sexual assault

Neatly dressed in suits and ties, high school and college students waited patiently Friday in Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s office on Capitol Hill.