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Deadlines, coursework and carrying a heavy class load can be nerve-wracking and super demanding, so Hillels across the country are offering activities that help soothe students’ stress levels and counter their effects.
We must put aside our own passions and listen to the needs of the ones we love.
Every year at Sedarim (Passover dinners) around the world, Jewish people list the ten plagues inflicted upon Egypt as Moses tried to gain freedom for the Israelites: blood, lice, hail and other horribles.
Nearly 500 University of Minnesota Jewish students walked the streets of the Old City Wednesday, from more than 6,000 miles away.
Nahshon’s leadership inspired the community to trust each other, causing the seas to part and enabling their passage to safety.
Hillel News sat down with Danya (and her 8 month old, Nomi) to chat about her new book.