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The Happiness Campaign is based on the Jewish concept of middot, or character traits, and Vanessa King’s “Ten Keys to Happier Living,” a guidebook to creating a healthy and meaningful life.
A bleary-eyed Tova Frank boards a bus, walks to Grand Central Terminal and catches a subway train bound for Manhattan before most college students get out of bed.
From the brutally competitive nature of today’s college admissions process to the debilitating influence of social media, the pressure students feel to appear “perfect” is now greater than ever.
Coming into my freshman year at Western University, I saw this blank canvas in front of me. I was eager to get involved, but I didn’t know how to start.
Shortly after the fires, San Francisco Hillel planned and organized a service trip with several other Bay Area Hillels to perform relief work.
For the past six years, a letter written by former student engagement interns at Maryland Hillel has made its way to the various places Merav Fine Braun has worked. As of July, the 31-year-old has proudly displayed the letter in her new office at Hunter Hillel, more than 200 miles away from Maryland Hillel. For her, it serves as a constant reminder of why she decided to become a Hillel professional.