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We can integrate what we each have learned and seen into the whole community.
Jeffrey Yoskowitz has been passionate about traditional Ashkenazi Jewish foods since he was a student at Brown/RISD Hillel.
Noam Bentov is the executive director of Towson Hillel.
It’s a rather simple idea to gather women in a room to talk about Jewish identity.
But doing so becomes innovative when half of them might never have otherwise opted into that conversation.
We are discovering that for students to be connected to Judaism, Jewish experiences must be personalized, experiential and relatable, all at the same time.
In the Torah, intention literally makes the difference between life and death.