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At the end of a long, stressful week of classes, Emily Englander’s smartphone buzzes. “On Shabbat we try to make time for what is important by putting what is urgent on hold,” it tells her.
Hundreds of student interns and professionals from around the world came together at Washington University in St. Louis in early August for #Hillelinstitute 2016.
College offers promise, hope, and can be a world of milk and honey.
Benji Satloff and Max Levy, two students active in Hillel, have been selected for the It’s On Us student advisory committee for the 2016-2017 academic year. This committee consists of 10-15 college students from across the country, chosen to spread the message that sexual assault prevention is on all of us.
As the image of G-d, we must emulate Hashem’s one-ness.
We all try to carry our burdens alone. Sometimes we worry that asking for help is a sign of weakness, other times we are so overwhelmed with our to-do list that we don’t even know how to ask.