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Not all darkness should be feared—this time of year is an invitation to go inward, to find a Torah of luminous darkness.
How can we not only listen for the voices of the angels in our lives, but also consider carefully the ways in which our speech can serve both to further and to hinder peace between folks in our communities?
Eric D. Fingerhut's message to the 1,100 professionals, stakeholders and partners at the Hillel International Global Assembly resonated with the conference’s theme — connect, educate and inspire.
Hillel International presented more than 25 awards to its talented professionals and innovative campuses at its fourth-annual Global Assembly on Dec. 5.
Hillel International will this week bring Hillel professionals, partners and stakeholders together for the annual Hillel International Global Assembly (HIGA) and first Hillel International Global Leadership Conference for volunteer leaders.
What do coconut, curry and coriander have to do with Shabbat? Ask the 50 students at Trinity College who enjoyed an Indian Jewish feast this fall!