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Central Synagogue is launching a new partnership between Hillel International and Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
It doesn’t matter if your chosen reading locale is on a paradise beach or in your air-conditioned living room. Make sure to add some of these can’t-put-down books to your summer reading list.
Hillel International announced today the 19 members of the third cohort of the Hillel International Student Cabinet. The Cabinet allows Hillel International’s leadership to directly benefit from the advice, opinions and perspectives of Jewish college students from throughout the world.
Rabbi Daniel Epstein of George Washington University Hillel considers himself to be a professional storyteller — one who knows more than 10,000 tales.
I managed to maneuver most of my adolescence without falling into a depression, being mad at my parents or breaking the rules. I had the support of my incredible family, good connections with my teachers and some of the best friends anyone could ask for. I arrived at Columbia University in 2016 — totally alone.
Social media may be a new phenomenon, but storytelling is not. Telling stories is as old as humankind, and this ancient tradition may just be the best way to ensure the future of our vital mission.