Everyday Kindness – March 2023
Making Pesach for an avel
Making Pesach for an avel
The OU’s Community Projects and Partnerships Division has kept a finger on the pulse of Ukrainian Jewry
In This Section What Artificial Intelligence Teaches Us about What it Means to be Human by Rabbi Netanel Wiederblank Halachic Smarts about Smart Technology by Rabbi Chaim Jachter Artificial Intelligence: The Newest Revolution in Torah Study? Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin in conversation with Professor Moshe Koppel AI Meets Halachah: Jewish Action speaks with Rabbi Dr. Aaron […]
There are many different areas in which AI can revolutionize Torah study and, in fact, already has.
Could AI ever really pasken sheilot?
Every wonder how Oreos became kosher? These letters hold the very backstory and more behind the scenes of kashrut at the OU.
“We are known for being an organization with the ability to impact the Jewish future, and for merging vision with execution at a high level.”
A look back at our most-read articles from the past year
2023 marks 100 years of OU Kosher.
A timeline of OU Kosher’s development
A behind-the-scenes look at the largest and most widely-recognized kosher certification agency
Ever wonder what an OU mashgiach really does?
Pioneering mashgichim in OU Kosher history
A Collection of Ads, Past and Present
Trends that are shaping the kashrut of tomorrow
A growing number of manufacturing plants have made the leap into digitalization . . . creating new realities in the world of kashrut supervision.
All about OU Kosher
Responding To The Teacher Shortage; Genuine Diversity; Orthodox and Liberal
The concern for safety when walking home at night is not academic but rather realistic.
With Chol Hamoed here and everyone traveling, Chaverim volunteers will likely be even busier than usual.
Experts in Jewish communal work weigh in on the specific challenges and opportunities of klal work within the Modern Orthodox community.
I’ve been working in the non-profit sector since I entered the workforce eleven years ago. I began in outreach and found my way into operations and fundraising. I did not grow up observant; that experience fuels my passion for educating Jews who have not had access to a Jewish education. At Partners in Torah, I […]
Moving “Out of Town”; Only Telling Part of the Story; Refuting Get Misconceptions
“When it comes to tzedakah, you give to family first. Teach Coalition, at least to us, is a charity that we feel impacts our own children and future generations.”
Her parents didn’t have a wide circle of friends. Whom would they invite to the levayah?
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Divorced parents comprise a rapidly growing and underserved population in our community.
As a community, we need to fight the stigma surrounding divorce and become more accepting and more understanding.
“Mendy was a doer in every respect, and he was eager to help people.”