Stephanie Wasserman

Stephanie Wasserman

Stephanie Wasserman reports on a wide variety of topics, from arts & entertainment to israeli politics & affairs. Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, she studied political science and journalism at the University of Massachusetts- Amherst. Stephanie was an intern at the Post during the summer of 2019.

Knesset sideshows: Feiglin loses manly moniker, Pirates declare revolution

07/31/2019

A midsummer night’s dream

07/31/2019

Zehut running alone as Feiglin submits its electoral list

07/31/2019

'Internment camps? Yes. Concentration camps? No,' says Ted Koppel

07/30/2019
Mesmerizing: Giraffe in a game reserve north of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

One of the largest subspecies of giraffes is now endangered

07/30/2019

Social Affairs: Israeli youth gone wild?

07/25/2019

What is going on with Israel’s daycare law?

07/22/2019
Solar Guerrilla addresses the issue of climate change in an innovative and thought-provoking manner.

Exhibition on climate change opens at TA Art Museum

07/22/2019

Cage in Haifa highlights the struggle of women trapped in divorce

07/16/2019

Spa cuisine of the 'Carmel Forest' cookbook

07/11/2019

Israel to send innovation delegation to UN

07/08/2019

Bris brings hope to Ethiopian community

07/04/2019

On the 25th anniversary of the Chabad Rebbe's death: Shluchim speak out

07/05/2019

Hailstorm buries cars in Mexico’s Guadalajara

07/01/2019
Rape [illustration].

Jewish settlers: 'Everyone is very confused and very frustrated' on child rape

06/26/2019
GUY PERETZ

Culinary celebration to take place in Herzliya

06/25/2019

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