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Elyssa Hurwitz wanted to maintain a connection to her Jewish identity after leaving the comfort of her native California to attend university more than 2,000 miles away.
Claude Cohen, a Karaite-Jewish Egyptian, and his family knew it was time to leave the only home they’d ever known.
Walk into any Jewish space and you’re likely to find ink-wearers. Perhaps even the rabbi.
Nikita Choudhary was born in Jamshedpur, India, and grew up cruising around her childhood home of Allen, Texas, rocking out to Bollywood hits in her parents’ car.
Continuing its efforts to adapt to the changing needs of the students it serves, Hillel International announced the launch of HillelWell.
Hillel for Utah held its first-ever apple picking event last week to get into the spirit of Rosh Hashanah.