‘Es Geschah im November‘ or ‘It Happened in November’ by German-Iranian painter Kani Alavi at the East Side Gallery

The Berlin Wall: More than Just a Physical Partition

By Madison Bollart  For the past couple of months I had been…
Jewish Cemetery Wall of Gravestones

Walls

By Cesar Gray We live much of our lives enclosed in walls, and…
Lety

The Otherization by the Nazi Regime

By Aaron Alonso On our trip to Berlin, Germany we got a more…
The area the club is in is filled with murals and other places where live performances take place

Comedy Post-Communist Wroclaw

By Luke Burke My favorite place to go in Wroclaw has quickly…
The text from the street sign in Berlin

Holocaust Memory Through Personalization

By Hannah Gavin Studying the Holocaust is an emotional task.…
Celebrating Henryk Tomaszewski's 100th Birthday

Mime Through Time: The Art of Henryk Tomaszewski From Post-Stalinist Poland to Today

By April Dvorak To enhance my experience of studying and…
The Bundestag and its reflection in the memorial pool

A Memorial in Dialogue: Reflecting on History in Berlin

By Esmé Rummelhart Artists must make a multitude of choices…
A quote of Emanuel Ringelblum's. Featured at "An Archive More Important then Life" Exhibit

Resisting Fear: The Ringelblum Archive

By Kate Christie Resistance can take many forms. It can be physical,…
Gate at the entrance of Auschwitz I

Oswiecim: Living in Auschwitz Today

By Jacqueline Murrer When someone mentions the name,…
The renovated White Stork Synagogue in Wroclaw

The Presence of Absence: Remembering the Holocaust on Yom Kippur

By Zoe Fruchter There is a prayer towards the climax of the…