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Bereshit gives us insight into human relationships and how to be or not be a role model.
Hillels on seven campuses next week will welcome visiting Israeli professionals who have previously served as Jewish Agency to Israel Fellows to Hillels.
When arriving in college, many feel a newfound sense of independence, and with that freedom comes the desire to both dispense with the old.
In the midst of the High Holy days, it often feels like we need the koach (strength) to get to our own New Frontier.
Endowment will fund several projects - the Eleanor Meyerhoff Katz Jewish Innovation Summit, Innovation Fellow and Innovation Award – all designed to foster creative thinking and new ideas.
Today, most Jews do not see themselves as exiles. Nonetheless, the home—exile continuum remains relevant for Jewish life and Hillel work.