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Hillel for Utah held its first-ever apple picking event last week to get into the spirit of Rosh Hashanah.
Student leaders at Hillel International today launched MitzVote, a non-partisan campaign to register and engage 100,000 voters on more than 100 college campuses across the United States.
What does the Jewish community do when faced with a collective problem or challenge? Well, in an ideal world, we come together in the spirit of unity to overcome whatever is in front of us. While, admittedly, we don’t always respond this way, our community did band together in the 1970s and 1980s when there was a high incidence of babies being born with Tay-Sachs disease.
What started as a clever way to encourage Emma Wunsch's daughter to brush her teeth turned into her first-ever chapter book for children, “Miranda and Maude: The Princess and the Absolutely Not a Princess.”
Maybe learning something new is more difficult than learning something where you’ve already got some experience. But I imagine there’s a curve where learning becomes much more difficult again when it’s in an area where you’ve got expertise.
Actions speak louder than words. That’s the phrase that resonated with Allison Egrin, an active student at Hillel Campus Alliance Michigan, as she helped package 900 hygiene kits for Syrian Refugees.