September 1, 1987 by

Fall 1987/5748

In this issue: JAP-baiting on campus—it’s an epidemic of graffiti and abuse; students grapple with Jewish stereotypes; how Syracuse University confronted the problem. The passionate legacy of Malka Heifetz Tussman, Yiddish poet. Jewish women/Jewish men: why do many Jews see themselves (and each other) as dull partners? The writing on the wall: the prescient German Jewish women who saw what was coming.