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On Fridays, the Steinbergers set up a table near the end of their driveway with bags of challot, a cardboard box with a slit for cash and a colorful sign, created by their children, that reads, “Challah Sale $5.”
Eight major Jewish organizations led by The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) formed an emergency coalition today to help the Jewish community collectively respond rapidly and effectively to the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on Jewish life.
Hillel students just needed a strong Wi-Fi connection this year to participate in Alternative Spring Break.
April Ball ’21 traveled around the Netherlands and Belgium for three weeks asking a dozen Holocaust survivors the same question: “What do you want my generation to know?”
Under a sky of twinkling stars, freshman Joshua Crowley and eight other students held a Havdalah service on Feb. 22 in the Smoky Mountains. They swayed in a circle and recited prayers as they sipped wine from a Kiddush cup and smelled the sweet ceremonial spices of cinnamon and cloves.
In response to colleges and universities around the world shutting down on-campus activities, Hillel International, the largest Jewish student organization, is providing high-value virtual Jewish learning and community life to students wherever they are, and helping them explore new ideas and new places during this period of disruption and isolation.