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College can feel like the desert; we spend years sorting out how to shed the rules and assumptions of the homes and societies we come from, and gradually become self-defined, independent adults.
At Hillel, we work with emerging adults as they make their first steps towards independent lives and careers.
Anger can be a great personal and professional teaching tool—it’s all in how we utilize that anger to move forward.
Rabbi Max Ticktin was a national leader in the Hillel movement and former Hillel director at University of Wisconsin, Madison and the University of Chicago.
In the process of self-exploration and relationship building that, in part, defines the college experience, encountering jealousy is entirely natural.
College is frequently a time of transition from the obvious Teachers in our lives to a murkier sense of who we might look to for direction.