BOSTON (JTA) – To prepare for Passover, Sam Greene is deep-cleaning his dorm room in keeping with the standards of his Orthodox Jewish family.
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The pandemic has forced Hillel to rethink its programming and the services it offers both to adapt to the new reality of remote learning and to provide for the well-being, both physically and mentally, of the young adults it serves. It hopes to carry lessons from the pandemic forward when life returns to normal.
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When Adam Lehman began his post as president and CEO of Hillel International in January 2020, he outlined an agenda that had as its centerpiec…
Hillel International is giving college students the opportunity to learn about Jewish topics in small groups and interact virtually with other…
Hillel International and the Academic Engagement Network will partner to improve the climate for Jewish, Zionist and all students.
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The Campus Climate Initiative will work with administrators to provide measurement tools, best practices, education and training designed to empower university leadership to understand ongoing threats.
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“We have an unprecedented opportunity to engage and inspire thousands of Jewish students who have yet to be connected to the richness and beauty of Jewish communal life,” said longtime CJP staff member Cheryl Aronson.
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UW Hillel president Greg Steinberger: “We view this act of vandalism as targeting the Jewish community and as an incident of bias.”
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