Tufts University student Ben Ross practices shofar blowing.
At Kent State University and Hillel of Silicon Valley, students will celebrate the High Holy Days in brand new buildings.
In Pittsburgh, Jewish students will be able to enjoy holiday meals with local Jewish families.
And at the University of Oklahoma, the Westboro Baptist Church will spread their hate-filled message in front of the Hillel building on the eve of Rosh Hashana.
Jewish students and Hillel professionals are gearing up for a season filled with new beginnings and the opportunity to forge new relationships with first-year and returning students. It’s a time of excitement, possibility – and busy-ness.
Here are a few of the developments happening around the Hillel world:
Hillel: Foundation for Jewish Campus Life Board chair and president offer video New Year greetings.
Hillel offers Rosh Hashana educational materials
Pittsburgh: Hillel pairs students with local families
York: Canadian university reinstates High Holidays classes
Western Michigan: Jewish High Holy Days offer a time to reflect on past year and ...
Richmond: Jewish holidays a mix of joy, solemnity
Purdue: Purdue Hillel hosts Rosh Hashanah dinner tonight
Georgia: Jewish holiday lets students reflect on the year
Arizona: Photo: Readying for Rosh Hashana
Missouri: Jewish High Holidays conflict with student obligations