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As an intern with Hillel International this summer, I've learned the importance of active listening and how much more I can gain from truly hearing someone, allowing them to lead the conversation.
As Operation Protective Edge continues in Israel, Hillel Israel has gathered the stories of several students impacted by the conflict. These are the personal experiences of students from Hillel at Ben-Gurion University in the Negev.
I didn’t realize that the amazing traditions of the people around me were about to teach me more than I could ever imagine.
Shelley Kedar will oversee the creation of an Israel Action Program to strengthen and support Hillel’s Israel related programming on campus.
With my students, I first try to help them question the things they take for granted. The opportunity to go through this kind of process in the “Gaza Envelope” area should not be taken for granted and often, reality reminds us of how complex and challenging it can be.
Pilgrim: Risking the Life I Have to Find the Faith I Seek by Lee Kravitz is the first read for our Hillel Online Book Club. Our first meeting will take place online on Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 7 PM EDT.