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For Luis Delgadillo, the immigration crisis hits close to home. When he was about 6-years-old, Delgadillo emigrated from Mexico to Texas with his family.
Hillel International today announced that Rabbi Noga Brenner Samia is joining Hillel Israel as Executive Director.
More than 250 Hillel students, professionals and stakeholders gathered at George Mason University in Virginia on Nov. 3 to celebrate the campus Hillel’s 25th anniversary and reflect on its past, present and future.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro visited the University of Wisconsin-Madison Hillel on Nov. 4 for a moderated question and answer session with local students, faculty and community members.
As a child, Sam Stack's favorite family tradition was waking up early with his dad on Sundays to watch auto races on TV. Years later, only a sophomore at Virginia Tech, he spent his Sundays building and designing professional race cars for an Israeli startup in Tel Aviv.
‘Tis the season for personal reflection, deep prayer and spiritual rebirth. Hillel students celebrated Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish new year, by picking fresh apples, organizing pluralistic services and participating in High Holiday book clubs. Below are highlights from some of their pre-celebrations and upcoming events: