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Kent Wired

The Tower of Faces in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum features hundreds of photographs from the small town of Eishishok, Lithuania, taken between 1890 and 1941. The town’s Jewish community existed for 900 years before the Schutzstaffel, or SS, a mobile killing squad, massacred the entire Jewish population in two days.

Jewish Studies program travels to Holocaust museum

David LaBelle November 11, 2015

Kent State's Jewish Studies program traveled to Washington, D.C. this past weekend to visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.Chaya Kessler, director of the Jewish Studies program, said this...

Jewish Studies Program honors former director, celebrates 40th anniversary

Jimmy Miller May 20, 2015

At age 14, Herbert Hochhauser began learning English from his home in Switzerland, and then six months later, he took an IQ test upon his immigration into the United States. He was told he would be successful...

Holocaust victims to honor Remembrance Day

Ashlyne Wilson January 26, 2014

Victims of the Holocaust will be commemorated at Kent State as part of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Monday, Jan. 27.The Jewish Studies program will host an evening of watching Steven...

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