About Andrew Goldstein

Andrew Goldstein writes about Judaism, science and books he wants everyone to read. He is not a doctor.

Could I Stay Orthodox in a Secular College?

By June 27, 2018

Despite warnings from friends and rabbis alike, I went to a school with little Orthodox presence. Read More

Jewcy Review: ‘The Cakemaker’

By June 26, 2018

A sweet-natured and mouth-watering story about two people mourning the same lost lover. Read More

Jewcy Review: ‘The Catcher Was a Spy’

By June 19, 2018

The true story of a Jewish baseball player sent by the United States to take out a Nazi during World War II. Read More

Who to Root for in the World Cup, from Least to Most Anti-Semitic

By June 13, 2018

An empirical approach to picking a favorite team. Read More

Why Haven’t You Watched ‘An Emmy for Megan’ Yet?

By May 23, 2018

Comedian Megan Amram is angling for an award with a new web series Read More

Jewcy Interviews: ‘Disobedience’

By May 1, 2018

A talk with the director of the new film about a lesbian romance in the Orthodox community. Read More

A Memorable Time Studying Judaism, and More, in Scandinavia

A Memorable Time Studying Judaism, and More, in Scandinavia
By March 23, 2015

What drew Agnes Kelemen, a young woman involved in Jewish life and heritage in Hungary, to switch climate zones and spend a year in Sweden? Read More

Unified, not Uniform – Jewish Life on British Campuses

Unified, not Uniform – Jewish Life on British Campuses
By March 20, 2015

Is it scary to be a young Jew at a UK university? Is it all BDS, and no BYOB? Helena Baker of the Union of Jewish Students, a member union of the European Union of Jewish Students, writes to rectify the image. Read More