Podcasts

We believe that the journey to self discovery is lead by inquiry, and that’s why our podcasts ask big questions and dissect complex topics by unpacking all things Jewish.

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33 mins

Co-Founders of Jewish on Campus, Sophie Frieden and Francesca Fedorovsky join us to talk about their journeys with Judaism and religion. Join us as we discuss the connection between religion and ethnicity, and navigating a secular world that de-centers spirituality.

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24 mins

How is it possible that an espionage trial in France in the mid-1890s set into motion events that (tangentially) led to the rebirth of the State of Israel after 2,000 years? Noam Weissman demystifies the oft-repeated but often misunderstood story of the Dreyfus Affair. He also explains why this extraordinary — but also ordinary — example of antisemitism cuts to the heart of questions surrounding Jewish identity that are still being asked today.

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42 mins

In this introductory episode, Isaac and Julia dive into their heritage and family history to explain their unique lens. They talk about their journey into the Jewish activism world, and touch on the University of Delaware Chabad fire which left so many in the Jewish community in shock.

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