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Like Walt Whitman, Simcha Sher contains multitudes. She proudly wears the following labels: feminist, Orthodox Jew, sorority girl, social justice warrior.
Some of Noah Shufutinsky’s earliest memories involve listening to Reggae every Sunday afternoon playing on a local radio station in San Diego, where he spent most of his childhood. Growing up, he remembers, his parents would play West Coast hip hop and rap around the house.
Inspired by his time as a UChicago Hillel student, Seth Katz assumed the role of volunteer executive director of Bradley Hillel in 1998, balancing the position with his career as an English professor at Bradley University, where he has taught since 1992.
Tsahi Halevi, who plays a lead character named Naor in the Israeli political thriller “Fauda,” spoke to more than 20 Temple University students about his life story, acceptance of diversity and his acting career.
The Hillel International Global Assembly, which began with a moving tribute to the victims of the synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh, featured a variety of thought-provoking sessions attended by more than 1,200 professionals, stakeholders and partners from around the global Hillel movement.
Rachel Feldman, Bowling Green State University Hillel’s Jewish culture chair, hosted "Make Your Own Mezuzah" after discovering that most Jewish students on campus did not have mezuzahs for their dorm rooms.