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For a long time after returning from Germany Close Up with UVM Hillel this spring break, I struggled to answer the question, “How was your break?”
As a Masa-Hillel Fellow, I had the opportunity to staff the Masa Israel Mind the Gap Conference for incoming Jewish college students from around the world and discover what Jewish peoplehood truly means.
“Nashim Networking: A Women’s Professional Brunch,” hosted by the Hillel Jewish Student Center at Arizona State University, brought together professional Jewish women and collegiate Jewish women in hopes of fostering connections and building networks for the future.
The Omer is the original Jewish technology for marking time. Technology and social media offer enticing opportunities for counting the Omer in enhanced ways.
Hillel International is pleased to announce that Hal Ossman will be joining us as Hillel International’s first Chief Campus Officer, a critical role in furtherance of our “Drive to Excellence” strategic plan.
On April 20, 2015, Israeli singer-songwriter and musician Idan Raichel came to George Mason University Hillel for an intimate performance and conversation with students and community members. Student Jillian Gogel reflects on the experience.