Student Profile: Amal Najami-Abu-SifPh.D. student Amal Najami-Abu-Sif researches the controversial topic of honor killings of Arab women.
Mysterious Stone Structure in the Sea of GalileeDr. Yitzhak Paz believes the giant stone monument may have been built during the third millennium B.C.
AABGU Holds Midwinter Meeting in South FloridaAABGU’s Midwinter Meeting in Delray Beach featured a series of talks by visiting BGU faculty.
Everyone’s a Little Bit Lance-LikeDr. Shaul Shalvi weighs in what motivates Lance Armstrong, and the rest of us, to tell and sustain lies.
Brandeis-Middlebury BGU Immersion Program Takes OffAmerican students find Beer-Sheva to be a great place to speak only in Hebrew.
Faculty Profile: Golan ShaharDr. Golan Shahar from BGU's Department of Psychology studies how exposure to media coverage of missile attacks increases pain levels in people suffering from chronic pain.
Having Fun Online Contributes to Successful AgingBGU researcher finds that Facebook, playing games and chatting online isn't just for young people.
Rockets in the South and Israeli-Egyptian RelationsProf. Yoram Meital weighs in on Egypt, Hamas and a shaky cease-fire, as Beer-Sheva residents cope with rockets
Margate’s Beer-Sheva BenefactorWhen Dr. Leonard Galler learned of a duplicate set of The Great Courses educational discs, he suggested sending them to Israel so that BGU could make use of them.
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