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This week is a thrilling time in Torah: rivers turn to blood, fiery hail falls from the sky, a dictator’s heart hardens to the pleas of an oppressed people.
Hillels from coast to coast have launched character building programs to train the next generation of mensches, nourishing the student soul through initiatives such as YouVM Connectors at University of Vermont Hillel.
My dad finally broke the silence to my sister and I with these five words: “Mommy went to people heaven.” At 11 years old, I learned I would never see my mom again.
The parsha teaches us the importance of passing on the legacy of the Jewish people generation to generation.
In honor of the eight candles we light to celebrate the miracle of Hanukkah, we share with you eight gifts that Israel Fellows bring to their campuses each day.
The emphasis placed on family in this passage is an important thing for us all to remember.