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Lahav Harkov, news editor at The Jerusalem Post, spoke to 60 pro-Israel advocates on Nov. 1 at Washington University in St. Louis.
This year, due entirely to the loving work of Hillel volunteers, a day of contentious presidential politics in Brazil was also a day of joy, wonder and learning for 75 children and 24 volunteers.
MitzVote, Hillel International’s non-partisan campaign to register first-time voters on college campuses across the United States, is part of the effort to increase civic engagement among young adults.
More than 100 Hillels around the world, stretching from Florida to Hungary, organized last-minute vigils this week to commemorate the victims of the synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh.
In the wake of the horrific attack on a synagogue in Pittsburgh, Jewish college students from dozens of Hillels on campuses across the country are bringing their communities together to hold vigils and memorials to grieve and find comfort.
Statement by Eric D. Fingerhut, President and CEO of Hillel International, on the tragic shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA.