Pro-IDF Rallies Sweep Country, Countering Int’l CondemnationJerusalem Post -- More than 1,000 BGU students participated in a show of solidarity for Israel and the IDF at a rally this week.
Why Israel Deserves a BreakDaily Nation (Kenya) -- A Kenyan student studying at BGU tells his nation that support for Israel should remain strong, as Israel-Kenya relations have been since Kenya���s independence in 1963.
After promising myself I’d get to Israel by 26, I pulled it ...J Weekly -- AABGU's fifth annual Murray Fromson Media Mission proves to be an inspiring success as J Weekly columnist Amanda Pazornik recounts her experience in Israel and at BGU.
Academic PilotsIDF News -- The board of governors and hundreds of supporters of Ben-Gurion University visited an IAF base to learn about BGU's exclusive bachelor's degree program offered to pilot cadets.
Are Your Texts Depressed? The Computer Knows, MaybeChronicle of Higher Education, Wired Campus Blog -- Researchers at Ben-Gurion University have developed a program that can detect depression in online texts and could serve as a screening tool to direct potential patients towards treatment.
Survivor (BGU benefactor) Tells Circumstances of Entire Family ...San Diego Jewish World -- BGU supporter Doris Martin, benefactor of the Martin-Springer Center for Conflict Studies and Negotiations, chronicled her family���s unique Holocaust survival story in Kiss Every Step.
When Older Drivers ExcelThe Wall Street Journal -- Researchers from Ben-Gurion University���s Human Factors Safety Laboratory published a study indicating that older drivers may be better drivers than their young, inexperienced counterparts.
Social Psychology: How to Read Minds Like a WizardThe Huffington Post -- Prof. Tal Eyal of Ben-Gurion University and Prof. Nicholas Epley of the University of Chicago are exploring how our untapped cognitive powers can be harnessed to help us more accurately assess what others think of us.
Israel vs the United States: the Wrong GoliathOpenDemocracy.net -- The sudden collision between Binyamin Netanyahu and Barack Obama���s administrations is reverberating across the middle east. BGU's Prof. Fred Lazin weighs in.
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