The Lecture that I Loved to be Late For

By Kingdom Mufhandu, a student of MPH in Global Health Leadership & Administration, 2016-2017 Cohort. The time was 8:15am; I was at home in Isifiya, an Arab Druze village located on the Mount Carmel, located 15 minutes from the University of Haifa. I was eagerly preparing myself to attend a lecture by Professor Arvind Singhal, who is … More The Lecture that I Loved to be Late For

A Beginner’s Guide to Hebrew Slang

By Davy Ran, a student of MPH in Global Health Leadership & Administration, 2016-2017 Cohort. A STARTING GUIDE TO HEBREW SLANG, AKA: MY FAVORITES I’ve learned Hebrew in school for many years, which I thought meant I was ready to move to a Hebrew-speaking country and make exclusively Hebrew-speaking friends. It was definitely a good start, but … More A Beginner’s Guide to Hebrew Slang

Student Spotlight: Kingdom Mufhandu

By Kingdom Mufhandu, a student of MPH in Global Health Leadership & Administration, 2016-2017 Cohort. Place of Birth: Alexandra township, Johannesburg, South Africa Country of Residence before arriving to Haifa: South Africa Age: 39 years old Any previous degrees you’ve held and where you studied: • National Diploma in Biomedical Technology, University of Johannesburg, South Africa. … More Student Spotlight: Kingdom Mufhandu