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Anastasia “Anya” Esther looks forward to pairing her Friday night challah with University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Hillel’s famous savory “green dip.” By tradition, she’ll acquire the recipe for when she graduates from UWM.
Sheila Katz, vice president of student engagement and leadership at Hillel International, is a featured writer in the newly published guidebook, “Educating About Religious Diversity and Interfaith Engagement: A Handbook for Student Affairs” (Stylus Publishing).
Surrounded by a group of strong women growing up, Natasha Shifrin was always told, “There’s nothing you can’t do.” She took it to heart and worked diligently to rise to the role of head of global sales at Sisense.
Isaac Kurtz, a Hillel International Springboard Fellow at Hunter College Hillel, was raised in the “Jewish bubble.”
Students from Washington, D.C. area Hillels joined current and former Hillel professionals on Capitol Hill Tuesday for Jewish Disability Advocacy Day.
Noah Etessami needed a nap. It was too early to head home for the day, though, so he called an audible. He went to the University of Southern California Hillel’s wellness lounge, hopped in the bed and closed his eyes.