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What’s a summer good for if not to relax by the beach, drink some iced tea and catch up on your favorite page-turner? From romance and religion to history and mystery, Hillel students and professionals offer their summer recommendations.
Leora Match, 24, wears many hats — singer-songwriter, Jewish educator, community builder.
April Ball ’21, a student at Stanford University, and Stephanie Jacobs, a Los Angeles photographer and instructional designer, traveled to Europe last summer to conduct interviews with Holocaust survivors in the Netherlands and Belgium.
A successful entrepreneur and real estate mogul, Allen Alevy invests in businesses for the “long game.”
For Polina Shchetinina, cross-cultural competence is a necessary skill.
Nalani Haueter, a Hillel International Springboard Fellow at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Hillel, grew accustomed to being one of the only Jewish students in school.