..."The publication of aricles in Hebrew broadens the scope of our journal as well as providing it with the opportunity to publish the work of many fine scholars who prefer to write in Hebrew. The increased emphasis on Jewish thought and Halachot governing 'Bein Adam le-Haveiro' is deliberate. In an age when religious commitment is measured by an ever-increasing devotion to the 'chumrot' we adopt, the ethical relationships between fellow Jews and fellow human beings have been curiously neglected. The publication of serious, scholarly consideration of these issue epitomizes our belief that Jewish scholarship is not and has never been devoid of moral implications." --(from Preface).
Student periodical of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary and the Student Organization of Yeshiva University