Submitted by Noah Pascoe on Mon, 2013/11/04 - 4:46pm
Medical and technological innovations, honouring Morgan Freeman, students at Hebrew U taking a segway tour through Jerusalem, Amar'e Stoudemire visits Israel, Jerusalem the Film Canadian premiere held in Ottawa. READ MORE... about CFHU in Pictures
Submitted by Noah Pascoe on Mon, 2013/10/28 - 3:15pm
Accompanying the upcoming Jerusalem Challenge (launching on December 9th), THE JERUSALEM IQ CONTEST is in full gear. Every week leading up to April 20th, anyone will have a chance to enter and win some neat prizes.
The trivia pertains to anything Jerusalem, covering topics from the Old City to hotels to zoos! And don't worry if you don't know the specific anwer- you are given a drop box with 4 options to choose from.
Submitted by Noah Pascoe on Mon, 2013/08/19 - 3:34pm
I was born in 1984: when I was entering my adolescent years, the Internet happened. Then throughout the following decades, the Internet conquered. Everything became e-this and e-that. Letters became e-mails, message boards turned into online forums, financial exchanges turned into e-transfers, and so on and so forth. Progress occurred, but it occurred too quickly. I remember going to summer camp as a kid and sending letters to my family and friends. I remember all of us were so ecstatic when a letter would arrive with our names on the envelopes. READ MORE... about New Year Cards: Surprise Your Friends, Support Hebrew U
Submitted by Noah Pascoe on Wed, 2013/06/05 - 11:29am
“My experience has taught me that people tend to underestimate the tremendous ability within them, and yet mankind has the power to make a difference to ensure the betterment of our collective tomorrow. The test of leaders lies in understanding this truth. Their role is to set the goals and pave the routes to free the power and wisdom within all of us. Leaders should govern less and serve more"- Shimon PeresREAD MORE... about Happy Birthday Shimon!
Submitted by Noah Pascoe on Mon, 2013/03/04 - 10:38am
A month back I wrote a piece regarding the versatility of Albert Einstein. Though we remember him for his scientific revelations, he was also a diverse man with hobbies and passions galore. When we came up with the “Searching for the Next Einstein” contest we made sure to emphasize that the ideas can pertain to ANYTHING.
In the first 3 weeks of the contest, so many great ideas have come our way. I want to share 5 different ideas that people like yourselves have already submitted that reflect 5 very different area of life:
Submitted by Noah Pascoe on Mon, 2013/02/25 - 3:30pm
“I find I'm so excited I can barely sit still or hold a thought in my head. I think it is the excitement only a free man can feel, a free man at the start of a long journey whose conclusion is uncertain. I hope I can make it across the border. I hope to see my friend, and shake his hand. I hope the Pacific is as blue as it has been in my dreams. I hope." -Ellis Boyd “Red” Redding, The Shawshank RedemptionREAD MORE... about A Tribute to an Excellent (and Diverse) Man
Submitted by Noah Pascoe on Mon, 2013/01/28 - 4:43pm
On February 11 we will begin Searching For the Next Einstein where anyone will have an opportunity to submit their BIG IDEA on how the world can be improved and have a chance to win $10,000
Many of you are probably wondering: so, who exactly is deciding the winner? The judging panel consists of distinguished Hebrew University scholars, scientists and Hebrew University alumni. Our judges will be responsible for 50% of the final vote while the voting public will make up the other 50% of the vote READ MORE... about A "Nobel" Affair at Hebrew University