Technology Today: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

The Piranha July 2016

The piranha is the most ferocious fresh water fish in the world. Known for its sharp teeth and voracious appetite for meat, the piranha will attack any living creature that enters the waters they inhabit, and often eat their own kind. The piranha lives in the rivers of the South American jungles and can be Read More »

The Lighter Side July 2016

Computer Repair An office technician got a call from a user, who said that her computer was not working. She described the problem and the tech concluded that the computer needed to be brought in and serviced. “Unplug the power cord and bring it up here,” he instructed. “I will fix it.” About 15 minutes Read More »

Dental Alternatives July 2016

Not being able to afford decent care can be very upsetting. What is pocket change for one person is an astronomical fee for another. People have their budget limitations and we always respect that. Sometimes “patchwork” has to be the way when “the best” is not within reach. Helping patients find real alternatives can make Read More »

By Dr. Jacques Doueck

Eddie Mamiye July 2016

In the fall of 2012, Magen David Yeshivah High School welcomed a student who transferred after his freshman year. Eddie Mamiye was part of a small group of kids who were beginning their Magen David careers in their sophomore year, excited to be given a clean slate. And after an injury-ridden hockey season at his Read More »

Community Chest July 2016

Magen David Yeshivah Senior Entrepreneurial Program Magen David Yeshivah High School is proud to announce its exciting new program for seniors, Virtual Enterprise International (VEI). Students are invited to envision, form and execute their own start-up business, which they will then present at a national entrepreneurial competition. Magen David students have taken to this venture with Read More »


We’ve all heard about how “kids these days” spend way too much time “chilling out” in front of technology. If they can spend all afternoon playing video games, we wonder, can’t they spend the same amount of time doing homework or playing outdoors? But perhaps all the chatter about “kids these days” has prevented us Read More »

By Frances Haddad

Torah And Technology: The Reality Of Our Times July 2016

Frances Haddad Technology has seeped into every nook and cranny of our lives, slowly taking over the way we function. As much as we try to shut it out, we continue to find that it has become vital for certain aspects of our day-to-day existence. Internet connection is needed for email, online banking, marketing and Read More »

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