November 10, 2023
Solidarity and prayers for Israel and Jewish People in Frankfurt, Germany
The rise of antisemitism in Germany is especially concerning, due to Germany's special responsibility to Israel and the Jewish people.
October 26, 2023
Polarizing Traffic Policies in Frankfurt’s Nordend Neighborhood
Frankfurt is often called “Mainhattan,” a play on Manhattan, as it is Germany’s financial capital and the only city in Germany with skyscrapers.
October 17, 2023
Jan Böhmermann: When Satire and Journalism Cross Paths
In embracing the evolving terrain of journalism, we acknowledge that journalism is not static but flexible, with Böhmermann as a compelling example of what a journalist in the 21st century can look like.
October 16, 2023
New traffic policies angering residents in Frankfurt’s Nordend neighborhood
“The road closures have created artificial traffic jams that are affecting the entire city.”