My kippah sparked a conversation between me and a monk on campus during my sophomore year.
It’s not enough to talk about our history as a Jewish people, we need to experience it firsthand.
I found peace outside of the rigors of training at Hillel.
Most of my college friends never met a Jew before meeting me.
“I’m from San Juan, Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico has been extremely accepting of the Jewish people, and I’ve always felt like I had a home there and people were very welcoming and very accepting of who I was. When I decided to come to college I came to Elon University and, as well, it was […]
When you’re like me and don’t know what stream of Judaism you fall into, you just know you’re Jewish, it’s very easy to just see everyone for who they are — without the labels.
I’m Jewish and he’s Episcopalian. But I liked him and he liked me, and I thought this could be something great.
I started Cooking with Brian, a series of short videos that teach viewers how to create simple and nutritious Israeli dishes. I had my work cut out for me.
I just had to show up and everything would be done for me. It turned out that wasn’t the case.
“I’m adopted and I’m Chinese…But being Jewish has always been a part of my identity.”