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When I arrived last summer to an amazing, brand-new building, I knew I had my work cut out for me as the first new executive director at Texas A&M Hillel since the 1980s. Thankfully, my network of Hillel colleagues has helped me to envision what success looks like in terms of serving our students.
This article about Hillel’s Ask Big Questions initiative was published by the New York Times. At a time of heightened tension and mistrust on campus, Ask Big Questions is at the forefront of leading students to explore the issues that matter to them in a positive framework.
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Among the many faces at Hillel Institute: August Convening, the annual gathering of Hillel students and professionals for engagement training beginning this week at Washington University in St. Louis, will be twelve Jewish students from Germany.
Traditionally, these three weeks of mourning are days that we do not throw parties, cut our hair, or buy new clothes. This year, unfortunately, many of us did not need these added behavioral restrictions to inculcate within us a deep feeling of grief.
Each conversation and interaction I've had at Hillel International this summer has led me to a better understanding of who I am and what I want to do.