I was so sorry to read that Andrew Silow-Carroll has left his position as editor-in-chief (“NJJN editor is leaving for top job at JTA,” March 3).
My favorite part of the paper frequently had been the Editor’s Column. I often agreed with what Silow-Carroll wrote, as I appreciated his ability to help me to better understand and ultimately express ideas and issues with more clarity and coherence. He seemed to always manage to explain at least two sides of an issue, with a fair and open mind, while consistently maintaining a Jewish perspective.
I wish Mr. Silow-Carroll all the best in his future endeavor. He will surely be missed.