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In the Media

Remembering the Homeless Who Died in 2016

By David Brand
The Gothamist
December 22, 2016

Jewish Modesty: Not Just a Matter of Skirt Length

By Emily Rivka Canning
The Forward
December 6, 2016

From Where Does My Help Come?

By Susan Reimer-Torn
The New York Jewish Week
June 3, 2014

The Book Of Ruth: A Celebration Of Female Friendship

By Wendy Amsellem
The New York Jewish Week
May 28, 2014

Struggling with Mental Illness: Sanctuaries for the Mind

By Alfredo Borodowski
The Rabbinical Assembly
May 27, 2014

A Communal Exploration Of Mental Illness

By Susan Reimer-Torn
The New York Jewish Week
April 20, 2014

A Showcase of Arts and Texts

By Susan Reimer-Torn
The New York Jewish Week
June 10, 2013

Amazing Gemara Girls and Their Adventures in Drisha Land

By Avigayil Halpern and Eden Farber
Freshink for Teens
Fall 2012

A Sukkah-Raising On A Berkshires Farm

By Devora Steinmetz
The New York Jewish Week
September 28, 2012

Summer Learning

By Miriam Bradman Abrahams
The Jewish Star
August 12, 2012

Women Join Talmud Celebration

By Beth Kissileff
Tablet
July 30, 2012

The Torah of Chesed: Why I Became a Kidney Donor

By Devora Steinmetz
The New York Jewish Week
May 22, 2012

Feminist Scholar

By Jeanie Franco Mark
Atlanta Jewish Times
November 30, 2011

Taking the Haggadah Personally

By Steve Lipman
The New York Jewish Week
April 13, 2011

Will Women-Only Torah Study Soon Become Old-School?

By Gary Rosenblatt
The New York Jewish Week
June 24, 2010

“36 Under 36:” Mitzi Steiner

By Amy Spiro
The New York Jewish Week
June 15, 2010

“Jewish Intelligence:” JInsider features The Drisha Institute

By Mark Pearlman
The New York Jewish Week
April 1, 2010

Spiritual Lives Enriched at Drisha Institute

By Rochelle Maruch Miller
The 5 Towns Jewish Times
November 27, 2009

Woman of the Book

By Rochelle Maruch Miller
The 5 Towns Jewish Times
October 16, 2009

A New Take on Text Messages

By Randi Sherman
The New York Jewish Week
August 15, 2008

A Different Drum: How a Modern Orthodox 23-Year-Old Danced Her Way into a Unique Spotlight

By Rukhl Schaechter
The Jewish Daily Forward
July 17, 2008

Drisha Inspires Artists with Fellowship Program

By Mariam Cohen
The Blueprint
May 2007

“Drisha: Into the Future” – Advertising Supplement to the Jewish Week

By Martha Mendelsohn
The New York Jewish Week
January 13, 2006

Women Relish Class Offering Advanced Jewish Study

By Johanna Ginsberg
New Jersey Jewish Week
April 28, 2005

Drisha Makes Another Bold Move

By Rachel Cyrulnik
The Blueprint
July 2004

A Women’s Voice: More Female Torah Readers Among the Orthodox

By Talia Bloch
Aufbau
November 28, 2002

Mothers, Daughters, and Torah

By Deborah N. Cohen
The New York Jewish Week
November 7, 2003

Orthodox Women Read Torah in Mixed Services

By Ruth A. Seligman
Women’s enews
October 8, 2003

A Little Unorthodox

By Sara I. Mancuso
Jewish Exponent
May 8, 2003

We Read Too

CBS Radio Network
The Osgood File
March 18, 2003

Women Reading the Torah

WCBS880
March 18, 2003

Engaging Young Jews

Aufbau
February 6, 2003

Local Conference Attracts Unlikely Lecturer

By Renee Lowry
The Park Record
July 17, 2002

Columbus Discovers America

By Sarah Weinerman
The Ohio Jewish Chronicle
March 28, 2002

Find What You’re Looking For

By Lili Kalish
The Blueprint
March 2002

St. Louis Student Discovers Drisha

St.Louis Jewish Light
December 26, 2001

The Gift of Gemara

By Martha Mendelsohn
Jewish Week New York- Directions
December 2001

New Role, New Opportunity

By Steve Lipman and Gary Rosenblatt
The New York Jewish Week
August 3, 2001

Orthodox Institute Offers Torah for Women

The Forward
August 3, 2001

A Beit Midrash of One’s Own

By Ellsheva Shulman
Freshink For Teens
May 11, 2001

GenXers Take Orthodox Feminist Reins

By Elicia Brown
The New York Jewish Week
May 4, 2001

Tammy Jacobowitz

Jewish Exponent
February 15, 2001

Class Gives a Hand with Performing Jewish Ritual

By Brianne Korn
JTA Virtual Jerusalem Presents
May 22, 2000

Drisha’s Founding Dean Earns Covenant Award

The New York Jewish Week
2000

Torah Makes Dangerous Trek From Iraq to Women’s Institute

By Jeannine Mercer
JTA Virtual Jerusalem Presents
November 29, 1999

Scroll and Soul: In Joyous Evening of Song and Dance, Drisha Celebrates a Torah of Its Own

By Susan Josephs
The New York Jewish Week
November 5, 1999

Tribute to Stellar Educators

By Jacob Birnbaum
The Forward
September 17, 1999

Orthodox Jews Slowly Expand Roles for Women

By Kim Kozlowski
The Detroit News
September 10, 1999

Knowledge, Power and Wisdom

By Jennifer Eden
The Exponent
August 19, 1999

Changing Spirit in Riverdale

By Elicia Brown
The New York Jewish Week
July 2, 1999

 

A Quiet Revolution- the Women of the Book

By Uriel Heilman
Jewish Sentinel
June 25, 1999

Blossoming Friendship

By Elicia Brown
The New York Jewish Week
May 21, 1999

Analysis Without the Couch

By Michelle Friedman
The New York Jewish Week
April 23, 1999

A House Divided

By Gary Rosenblatt
The New York Jewish Week
February 19, 1999

A Modern Woman Confronts Traditional Judaism

By Rachel Landsberg
Journal of Jewish Life Network
Winter 98

Talmud Scholar Draws Crowd

By Marguerite Kearns
The New Mexico Jewish Link
September 1998

Finding a Place and a Voice

By Susie Kessler
CLAL
March 20, 1998

Feminism And Orthodoxy, The Second Stage

By Elicia Brown and Jonathan Mark
The New York Jewish Week
February 13, 1998

We Are No Longer a Joke

By Susan Josephs
The New York Jewish Week
February 13, 1998

Reclaiming Our Heritage

By Naomi Grossman
Na’Amat USA
February 1998

Women’s Work…

By Nancy Zyckerbrod
Washington Jewish Week
January 15, 1998

I Am a Woman-Hear Me Daven

By Naomi Grossman
Washington Jewish Week
January 15, 1998

Women Take Giant Step In Orthodox Community

By Jonathan Mark
The New York Jewish Week
December 9, 1997

Frum Feminists Plan New Parley

The Forward
November 21, 1997

The Sound of Learning

By Susan Josephs
Hadassah
October 1997

God Should Be There For Everybody

By Rivka Rosenwein
The New York Jewish Week
May 29, 1997

 

International Conference on Feminism and Orthodoxy

By Naomi Grossman
Naamat Woman
May 6, 1997

If only it had been called ‘Women and Orthodoxy’

By Brigitte Dayan
JUF News-Chicago
April 1997

Women’s Learning: It’s Not a Feminist Issue

By Natalie Blill
Lilith
Spring 1997

If There’s a Rabbinic Will…Where are the Students Voices

By Dinah Zeltser
New Voices
March 1997

SCW Students Attend International Conference on Feminism and Orthodoxy

By Nitzan Pelman and Ilana Sperling
The Observer
February 27, 1997

Feminist Orthodoxy

By Michelle Berman
Jewish Sentinel
February 21, 1997

Staking a Claim to Tradition

By Toby Axelrod
The New York Jewish Week
February 21, 1997

Breaking Down the Rabbinate Walls

By Netty C. Gross
The Jerusalem Report
February 20, 1997

Looking For A Few Good Teachers

By Gary Rosenblatt
The New York Jewish Week
January 3, 1997

Ahead Of Her Time

By Susan Josephs
The New York Jewish Week
December 13, 1996

In A Class Themselves

By Susan Josephs
The New York Jewish Week
August 23, 1996

Educational Alliance

The New York Jewish Week
January 20, 1996

Back to the Books

By Toby Axelrod
The New York Jewish Week
August 1994

A Lot of Learning is a Dangerous Thing

Jewish Chronicle
August 12, 1994

Grants to Aid Women’s Talmud Studies

By Gitelle Rapoport
March 12, 1993

Courses of Study

Jerusalem Post International
March 6, 1993

New Faces at the Study Table

By Netty C. Gross
Jerusalem Post
February 20, 1993

Women’s Yeshiva Recasts Traditional Roles

By Mirlam Rinn
August 3, 1992

Jewish Women’s Scholarly Gain

By Ari L. Goldman
The New York Times
August 2, 1992

Common Cause: David Silber Seeks a Place for Women in a World Once Closed to Them

By Na’ama Btya Lewin
Washington Jewish Week
April 30, 1992

A Passion for Learning Yeshivah of Flatbush

Yeshiva of Flatbush Publication

Orthodox Feminism Arrives

By Miriam Rinn
Women’s American Ort
Fall 1990

A School for the Modern Yentl

By Tzvi Dole
Baltimore Jewish Times
June 15, 1990

Women No Talmud, no Power

Jewish World
4.13.1990

Valued Above Rubies

Moment
August 1989

An Equal Opportunity for Women to Study

By Toby Axelrod
The New York Jewish Week
July 7, 1989

Women Advancing in Study of Talmud, Jewish Texts

By Tzvee Zahavy
American Jewish World
February 15, 1985

Drisha Institute Gets High Marks From Students

By Carol Gootter
The New York Jewish Week
July 29-August 4, 1983

Drisha Institute: Women Learning How to ‘Learn’

By Maury Grabel
The Jewish World
April 3, 1981

Teaching Talmud to Women

By Soshea Leibler
Baltimore Jewish Times
May 30, 1980

 

Learning to Learn

By Roselyn Bell
Jewish Press Magazine Section
February 1, 1980