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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.
"Once Upon a Kitchen Counter" is an initiative of the students Vitali Wiler and Ilya Vichman who participated in a journey following Jewish life in Eastern Europe within the framework of the Phoenix program along with 60 other students from the former Soviet Union.
How would we adapt our sedarim to make them relevant and interesting to the various learners in the room? By forcing ourselves to go beyond a “one-size-fits-all” model, we were able to provide experiences that spoke to a range of students’ Jewish identities.
Kayla Sokoloff, graduating senior at the University of Texas-Austin, will be the 2015-6 Bronfman Fellow.
As Co-Chairman of the board for the 5th National Hillel Basketball Tournament, I learned how Hillels across the US are meeting students wherever they are to enrich their Jewish college experience.