Being an international student in Israel brings about its own challenges and difficulties. It can bring up emotions and thoughts that we don’t know how to deal with. In this podcast, we discuss different mental health topics that might arise for the many international students studying at Reichman University and think out loud with the help of the psychological services at Reichman University.
Join Michele Amar and Leraz Levi as they discuss their vastly different opinions about anything from novels to tropes and everything book-related in between!
Join Jonah and Zara on The Friendly Face-off where the left and the right clash over the political now. Two government students offering an American and a South African perspective on the political events of the world.
On “The Baseline”, Meir Cohen and Jonathan Rears dive into the world of international basketball, interviewing characters from all around the basketball community. On this show, we will leave no stone unturned and discover the difficulties and rewards of the basketball grind. Stay tuned to gain weekly access to the inside scoop with division I NCAA players, Israeli league superstars, and many more.
Nir and Oren interview leading figures from different industries in the hope to show that there is no one path to success.
Conversions exploring beautiful humans, thoughts and experiences through identity, spiritually and religion. My goal with this podcast is to showcase the individual beauty and reasoning of my guests while learning from their distinct experiences, with humor and love. I’m passionate about understanding different perspectives and using that understanding to foster a sense of community and enlightenment.
Join me by listening to some of the amazing conversations I have had with my wonderful guests thus far!
Ah, relationships. One of the core experiences and struggles that university students all around the globe face. How do we know if someone is the right fit for us? How do we nurture a healthy relationship? All that and more on this week’s episode of Thinking Out Loud!Image Credits: Meg
Lebanese families in Israel?! Join our second episode of 3arabrani to learn about the story of the Lebanese families who left their hometowns more than 20 years ago to move to a strange country and rebuild their lives from scratch. Activist Jonathan El Khoury tells us how he was treated as a young child in a foreign country and the experiences that made him engage in media activism in Israel.
الحلقة الثانية – “من قلبي سلام لبيروت” – حديث مع الناشط اللبناني جوناثان الخوري
لبنانيون في إسرائيل؟! انضموا الى الحلقة الثانية من بودكاست عربراني لتتعرفوا على قصة العائلات اللبنانية التي تركت مسقط رأسها قبل أكثر من 20 عاما لتقدم الى دولة غريبة وتبني حياتها من جديد. الناشط جوناثان الخوري يروي لنا كيفية التعامل معه كطفل صغير في دولة أجنبية والتجارب التي جعلته ينخرط في النشاط الإعلامي في إسرائيل.Image Credits: Yvonne Saba
While we all love books, sometimes we need a place to air our grievances. This week, Michele and Leraz took the time to rant about judgemental readers, irritating plot devices, and the things that can make them turn a book away for good.Image Credits: Elior Buchnik
Bayern’s ridiculous offer for Sadio Mane. Nunez to Liverpool? Frenkie De Jong to Man United? Are Spurs good enough to challenge for the title next season? Messi scores 5 for Argentina. Bale’s Wales are heading to Qatar. Brazil’s best starting 11? Do Belgium have a shot in Qatar?Image Credits: Sandro Schuh
Megan discusses growing up in Salt Lake City, Utah, being half Jewish and half Mormon, and spontaneously deciding to move to Israel. Her experiences with anti-semitism, her lifelong battle with heart disease and the effects it has had on her today, including sharing some beautiful news about her health! We discuss her “death day”, and planning your life. Would it be better to know exactly when you will die? Megan also shares her experience of keeping Shabbat for the first time. Lastly, why does beauty matter?Image Credits:
Meet the only Baronet in Israel, we discuss AI, and is it able to replace humans? Was the advent of the internet a net negative or net positive? Should the goal with technological advancement be efficiency or should it be optimization of human existence? We further explore the feminization of younger men due to technology, and protecting kids from it as well. Baronet shares her thoughts about her upcoming trip to Thailand, we question, are humans meant to be living such interconnected lives? The pros and cons of Social Media, and insights into Dating Apps algorithms. Baronet shares her issues with Judaism, and getting caught up in the details. Autism, Men in Tefillin, Atheism is a turn off? See how it all connects in the episode!Image Credits:
Shai answers what made him feel loved as a child, we discuss growing into your degree, the trend of going into Hi-tech or societally valued jobs, and questioning the underlying intentions. What it takes to be successful in business – good and bad. Shai shares how he perceives his jewish identity and his disdain for labels. We talk about the multifaceted identities that can arise living in the Jewish state. What does it mean to be Jewish/Israeli in the modern era – nationality, ethnicity, or religion? His ideal vision of Israel. We question how do you preserve the Jewish country without having a religious state? Luxury of questioning the religiosity of the Jewish State, possible loss of perspective from Israelis. Tempering new age ideas with time tested wisdom. And which one is worse: anxiety or depression?Image Credits:
In this episode, we discuss how Jewish Democracy is a contradiction in terms. How Democracy is not a value, but a tool, the political protests, and criticisms for all jews on the religious spectrum. Why is politics so hot now? We further talk about Cancel Culture, and not listening to our fellow citizens. The value we found in Debate Club, with its vast political spectrum and the power of listening. Ezra discusses the terrorism situation in Jenin, his experience at checkpoints while in the army, and the Palestinian people’s reactions. We discuss Active vs. Passive participation in life, Ezra’s book – “The Soul Thief” coming out soon! Along with the toils of publishing, the writing process, pirates and more! How does he navigate dips in religiosity? Lastly, meeting his wife, and what is most important in finding a partner?Image Credits: /
In the pilot episode, Ian discusses his multifaceted religious journey within Judaism. We explore the nuances of Modern Orthodoxy and how it often positions its followers at the crossroads of secular and religious life, making them feel like outsiders in both realms. Ian tells us his take on the question, Who is God?, along with his thoughts on hierarchical structures within religions. Ian shares a touching tribute to his grandfather, and we discuss the concept and Ian’s thoughts on death. Lastly, Ian reveals a beautiful dream he has for his future self, listen to find out!Image Credits:
In this episode, Naomi discusses growing up in a household with Baal Tshuva parents, Naomi paints a vivid picture of how overcompensation can lead to sheltering and the impact it had on her formative years. We explore the consequences of an inadequate secular education and challenge the false dichotomy between secular and religious studies. Naomi bravely shares her struggles with “being a lazy Jew” and her personal battles with spirituality. The question arises: Why are Haredim seemingly more successful at preserving the essence of religious Jews? Lastly, Naomi shares her unique perspective on aliens, their potential interactions with us, and how they might be intertwined with God’s grand plan. Dive in for an episode that’s an eclectic blend of spirituality, self-discovery, and a touch of the extraterrestrial!