All posts tagged Jeremy Stowe-Lindner
WHEN we hear of discrimination, our instinctive reaction is often to be repulsed. As a community we know all too well the scars of discrimination. They are tattooed onto the forearms of our grandparents, writes Jeremy Stowe-Lindner.
LEADERS of several Jewish schools have called for more scrutiny on the land-swap proposal, spearheaded by a federal Labor government if elected, to move Mount Scopus College to Caulfield.
IN a historic first, the 11 principals of Melbourne's Jewish schools joined together to support the launch of the Jewish Children's Aid Society (JCAS) fundraising drive for Jewish children with disabilities late last month.
ISRAEL Kipen, Holocaust survivor, philanthropist and Jewish day schools pioneer, has passed away at 98. Kipen was among a small circle that founded Mount Scopus Memorial College, Australia’s first Jewish day school, in 1948.
Victoria Police is working with Bialik College to identify students who may have been photographed by a former teacher who has been charged with making child pornography.
Josh Frydenberg MP opened Bialik College's Button Project installation last week, featuring 1.5 million collected buttons, each one representing a child killed in the Holocaust.
THE principals of Bialik College and Mount Scopus Memorial College have expressed their “profound dismay” that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will not be addressing the community’s youth during his visit to Melbourne.
Bialik College’s remarkable VCE results have earned the school first place in Victoria for 2016 based on median, and percentage of study, scores over 40.
A TEAM of four year 7 students at Bialik College have won joint first place in the middle school division of the first ever Technion Jewish Day School Challenge.
AS Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) scores were released on Monday morning, it became apparent that Melbourne’s Jewish schools were once again among the top of the class.