One Child, One Family, One Story of Freedom

By Kim Kupfer

When you walk into Cristina Stanton’s bedroom, you cannot help but be drawn to the fabulous mural on her wall. It is a hand painted mural of Antigua, Guatemala, her birth city, created by her

Grandfather. That is the way the Stanton’s are: they embrace their adopted daug…

Reflections on MLK Day

By Lori Rubin


When my kids were little, our synagogue began partnering with an agency that delivered meals to homebound adults. Every year for the Martin Luther King Day of Service, the Social Action and Tikkun Olam committee asked members to make pints of soup.  We had a goal of makin…

Helping People Get “Back on Track” in the New Year

2020 has been such a difficult year for so many of us—between COVID-19, quarantining in place, and a dissentious presidential election, almost all of us are looking forward to putting 2020 behind us and ready for the New Year.

This is particularly true for those community members who have…

Congratulations to The Campus Staff!

By Kristen Schab


Join us in congratulating two of our staff members, Julie Hurley and Connie Sterner, on their prestigious awards. The Campus is proud of our staff’s accomplishments and admire their dedication to advancing the health and wellness of our seniors. Every day through thi…

Local Author Joel Burcat Returns with Second Novel

Joel Burcat’s writing career did not happen overnight. Like many books in the thriller genre, his career could be described as a slow burn.

“I started writing when I was in high school,” says the retired environmental lawyer. “In my mind, I always wanted to write, but I was too busy…