Sonia Epstein

Sonia Epstein

Sonia Epstein reports on a range of topics from politics to diaspora affairs, with a particular interest in educational and social equity and health and science matters. She enjoys writing long-form articles for The Jerusalem Post's magazine. A New York City-native, she will graduate in 2021 with an AB in History & Literature from Harvard College, where she is an editor of The Crimson. She interned for The Jerusalem Post during the summer of 2019.

Are Israel’s plastic bottles being recycled?

08/09/2019
PEOPLE VISIT the Hall of Names at the Yad Vashem World Holocaust Remembrance Center in May.

Ancestry.com digitizes millions of Holocaust records, free to public

08/04/2019

Do Israel's congested roads increase cancer risks?

08/01/2019
ECONOMY MINISTER Eli Cohen in Kiryat Shmona yesterday launches the Flagship Program for Promoting Wo

Economy ministry launches program for promoting female business leaders

08/01/2019

Economy Ministry launches program for promoting female business leaders

07/30/2019

Israel Cancer Association slams e-cigarettes, backs WHO report

11/06/2019

Israeli study: Babies are able to identify figures who ‘deserve’ empathy

07/30/2019

Holocaust survivors more likely to develop dementia – new study

07/30/2019
THE PAINTING ‘David Giving Thanks to God After the Death of Goliath’ by Charles Errard.

Goliath’s birthplace more giant than believed, new excavations show

07/26/2019

The Anglo angle

07/24/2019
Tel Aviv University Sackler School of Medicine

Fat cells can trigger melanoma, says TAU study

07/24/2019

Perry: U.S. is worried about Chinese intelligence-gathering, not investments

07/22/2019

25 years since AMIA: resentment, resistance, resilience

07/17/2019

At Nishmat, young Ethiopian-Israeli women have ‘a room of their own’

07/17/2019

‘Last Seen’ touches serious subject with tact

07/10/2019

Arab-Israeli high-jump champion targeted for representing Israel

08/01/2019

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