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Hillel International, the largest Jewish campus organization in the world, will bring more than 1,100 Hillel professionals, partners and stakeholders from 13 countries together next week in Atlanta for the sixth annual Hillel International Global Assembly and third annual Hillel International Global Leadership Conference for volunteer leaders.
In recognition of their years of service and leadership to the Hillel movement and broader Jewish community, Hillel International will honor philanthropist Matthew Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of BHB Holdings, and Yonah Schiller, Executive Director of Tulane Hillel, at its annual Spring Celebration, recognizing outstanding Jewish life on campus, on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 in New York City.
For Noah Shufutinsky, Hillel isn’t just the center of Jewish life on campus, it’s his home away from home. So it’s not surprising that’s where the incoming junior first turned when he wanted feedback about his musical alter ego.
When Brown RISD Hillel program associate Jordan Mann isn't training for the Olympic Track and Field Trials, you can find him leading initiatives that seek to support, explore and celebrate Jewish students of color.
One year after a gunman opened fire at Tree of Life Synagogue, the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history, Pittsburgh-area students are still looking for meaningful ways to grieve and channel their sorrow into acts of loving kindness.
Hillel Russia celebrated its 25th anniversary on Nov. 12 at the Moscow School of Modern Drama Theater.