Cornell Hillel is the main gateway for Cornell students to get involved in the many facets of Jewish life on campus. With our students, faculty and staff we continuously strive to create a broadly defined Jewish campus culture, which is intrinsically intertwined with the culture of Cornell University. There are approximately 3,500 Jewish students at Cornell, comprising 22% of the student body. In addition, there are over 30 different Jewish student organizations, including everything from Beketsev Latin-Israeli Dance to the Cornell Israel Public Affairs Committee (CIPAC). Together, these student organizations sponsor over 800 events and activities each year.Some of our activities include spending Shabbat in the great outdoors, listening to our very own Jewish a capella group sing under an arch on North Campus, and eating meals at 104 West!, the best Kosher dining in town. When it comes to traveling, we have sent students to Israel, Cuba, Poland, the Czech Republic, Russia and Mexico (and you wonâ€™t believe where weâ€™re going this year!). To find out more, and to get connected to all of these groups and events, come visit us in G-34 Anabel Taylor Hall!