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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.
Rabbi Berger will oversee the Hillel U Center for Jewish and Israel Education.
The ancient festival, celebrated 50 days after Yom Kippur, marks the renewal of the covenant between God and the Jewish people. For more than 2,500 years, the Ethiopian-Jewish community has observed Sigd by praying, fasting and asking forgiveness for transgressions.
Lahav Harkov, news editor at The Jerusalem Post, spoke to 60 pro-Israel advocates on Nov. 1 at Washington University in St. Louis.
This year, due entirely to the loving work of Hillel volunteers, a day of contentious presidential politics in Brazil was also a day of joy, wonder and learning for 75 children and 24 volunteers.