Building Bridges on Campus By Alex Hamilton ’16

Building Bridges on Campus By Alex Hamilton, Class of 2016 Rutgers Hillel Student Board President 2015-2016 When I started this year, I set out to do three things: to connect more organizations to Hillel, to encourage more inter-Hillel work, and to help the Rutgers...

Birthright with Rutgers Hillel by Alana Taub ’18

Birthright with Rutgers Hillel By Alana Taub, Class of 2018 Recently I returned from a 10 day experience that was in simple words… life-changing-ly awesome. Israelis call the Birthright experience Taglit, which is Hebrew for “discover”. This experience was not only...

Fifty Shades of Judaism by Steve Gotlib ’18

Fifty Shades of Judaism By Steve Gotlib, Class of 2018 Rutgers Hillel Student Board Education Co-Chair Oh boy, have I had a jam packed winter break. Rather than doing something normal like playing video games, watching movies, and binging television shows on Netfix, I...

Welcome Back! by Alex Hamilton ’16

Welcome Back! By Alex Hamilton, Class of 2016 Rutgers Hillel Student Board President   Brrrr. It’s really chilly here in my New Jersey apartment. I didn’t know what a winter really felt like until I started here at Rutgers. The winters here are far longer and far...

Genetic Screening on Campus by Deborah Shamilov ’18

Genetic Screening on Campus By Deborah Shamilov, Class of 2018 On Monday, October 19 and Friday, November 13, Hillel offered genetic screening to Jewish students on campus. An information seminar was held before the first screening, during which genetic counselors in...

Some Unexpected Insight by Julia Motis ’17

Some Unexpected Insight By Julia Motis, Class of 2017 Rutgers Hillel Student Board Reform Community Co-Chair Julia Motis was one of six Rutgers students who attended the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) Biennial last month, along with Rutgers Hillel staff member Sarah...

Love as an Action by Alex Hamilton ’16

Love as an Action By Alex Hamilton, Class of 2016 Rutgers Hillel Student Board President Alex is receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Jewish Studies with a focus on religion in the political arena from Rutgers University. This piece was first published by The...

Senior Year Reflection by Jeffrey Camras ’15

Senior Year Reflection By Jeffrey Camras, Class of 2015   After four years, college has come to an end. It’s amazing how quickly the time flies by! Looking back, I have many great memories and experiences, and Rutgers Hillel certainly played a role in many...