by Rabbi Benjamin Berger It is often noted that Holocaust education is one of the most pressing and vexing educational challenges of our time given the passage of time and waning number of survivors. Nowhere is this challenge more pressing than on the college campus, where … [Read more...] about A New-Old Approach to Holocaust Education
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by Adam Goldberg Hillel's mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish undergraduates and graduates so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. As Hillel staff we seek to engage Jewish college students by providing a Jewish college experience, we also aim to engage … [Read more...] about Picture This: Using Social Media to Engage Jewish Millennials
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York has bestowed the “Good Neighbor Award” to UJA-Federation New York in recognition for its long-term friendship and legacy of service to all those in need and its outstanding work over many years as a “good New York neighb … [Read more...] about Catholic Charities Honors UJA Federation NY
Daniel Libenson writing in today's Haaretz: Yom Ha'atzmaut came a month early at the University of Chicago. After a year of resisting the Chicago Jewish Federation's demands to cut the budget of the university's Hillel house in a way that would have killed our innovative … [Read more...] about The Innovator’s Dilemma
by Rabbi Uri Regev Recently, the top leadership of worldwide Jewish communities convened in Jerusalem for the Board of Governors of the Jewish Agency meeting. In a relatively rare programming initiative, five hours of the three-day gathering were dedicated to the topic of … [Read more...] about Did The Global Jewish Forum on Haredim Face the Facts?