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In light of events at Swarthmore College, where the Hillel student board voted to reject the Hillel guidelines for campus Israel activities, President and CEO Eric Fingerhut has written to the Communications Coordinator of the Swarthmore Hillel Student Board.
At Stony Brook University Hillel, the First Annual Fran Zak Israel Love Fest encouraged students from across the campus to submit multimedia pieces expressing their personal love and relationship to Israel.
On November 25, hundreds of Northeastern University students and administrators gathered in Krentzman Quad to celebrate the release of a new Chanukah song with Northeastern Hillel.
As a Hillel rabbi, I encourage students I work with to strive for respectful dialogue, to use "I statements," to not make assumptions or pass judgment on another person's Jewish identity.
A personal Thanksgiving and Chanukah video message from Hillel’s President, Eric Fingerhut, summarizing his first 100 days on the job.
The need for young Jews to meet each other is great, and through collaboration, Hillel can provide for that need.