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Today, most Jews do not see themselves as exiles. Nonetheless, the home—exile continuum remains relevant for Jewish life and Hillel work.
The room buzzes with a shared gratitude for the effort taken to arrive together at this meal. The stories we tell of arriving, however simple, make the present come alive with meaning.
This past summer, George Washington University senior Sydney Levin-Epstein and University of California, Irvine senior Lauren Kerner, both students active in their campus Hillels, took their professional pursuits to Israel to work with the Peres Center for Peace and YaLa Young Leaders.
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Remembering also means to celebrate and enjoy life, while recognizing that every action has a reaction.
There’s no denying this targeting of Jewish communities on campus undermines the values of the university. And that is why it is incumbent on university administrators to take seriously the concerns of Jewish students and their families and teach students how to be part of a respectful and civil community.