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In Tzav we encounter further description of the korbanot (sacrifices/offerings) Aaron and the priests are to perform in the newly-completed mishkan (tabernacle).
Hillel students traded in relaxing days on the beach to help communities in need this spring break. More than 30 Hillels in the U.S. organized Alternative Spring Breaks, volunteering in nearby states and countries around the world. Check out how some of our students spent their week.
This week’s parsha is the opening of the book of Vayikra (Leviticus), the third book of the Torah.
Honoring age-old traditions while using trendy social media platforms has become an effective engagement tool at San Francisco Hillel.
Honoring that past tradition and how to keep the relationship going between blacks and Jews was the theme of “From Selma to Charlottesville: a panel on the legacy of black-Jewish relations in America,” held in GW’s Marvin Center as Black History month drew to a close.
The AIPAC Policy Conference drew approximately 18,000 Israel advocates, including 110 Hillel professionals and more than 3,600 students, to Washington, D.C. this week.