Survivor of Holocaust twin experiments shares message of forgiveness at Randolph

Eva Kor

Holocaust survivor Eva Mozes Kor has seen the darkest side of human nature. At Randolph on Tuesday, however, she shed some light on the power of forgiveness in even the most extreme circumstances. A native of Romania, Kor and her family were sentenced by the Nazis to the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1944. The 10-year-old... READ MORE >>

Holocaust survivor encourages students to stand up for others

Margit Meissner speaks about her experience as a holocaust survivor, October 7, 2014.

“There’s a great deal of good that you can do if you’re aware of prejudice and scapegoating and bullying,” Margit Meissner said. “This is your business. You must not let this go without interfering.”... READ MORE >>

Holocaust survivor to share her story October 7

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Margit Meissner, a Holocaust survivor who escaped by bicycle from the Nazi encroachment on France, will share her story at Randolph College next week. Meissner will speak on Tuesday, October 7, at 7:30 p.m. in Smith Hall Theatre. The event is free and open to the public. Randolph history professor Gerry Sherayko invited Meissner to visit Randolph... READ MORE >>