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...

Senior Year Reflection by Ezra Chefitz ’15

Senior Year Reflection By Ezra Chefitz, Class of 2015   I tossed my hat and packed my things, Eager to see what the future brings. At the same time I found myself wanting to stay, For joining the real world I wanted to delay. The perfect way was to write a...

Senior Year Reflection by Joshua Blachorsky ’15

Senior Year Reflection By Joshua Blachorsky, Class of 2015   When moving on from and looking back at the short time that I had in Rutgers, I cannot think of an institution which had more of an impact on me than RU Hillel. Over the course of my time at Rutgers, I...

Senior Year Reflection by Aviv Alter, Class of 2015

Senior Year Reflection By Aviv Alter, Class of 2015   “Want to check out Hillel tonight?” It was the first Friday of my freshman year at Rutgers and my roommate Emily was hoping to escape our Busch campus suite. “Sure,” I responded, “let’s go.” Emily and I walked...

Reflecting on our Catholic-Jewish Shabbat Dinner

Reflecting on our Catholic-Jewish Shabbat Dinner Students from the Catholic Student Center joined members of the Hillel community at a recent Shabbat dinner on Friday, February 27, 2015. Below are some reflections on the experience: I really enjoyed this past Shabbat...

The Masorti on Campus Shabbaton by Steve Gotlib ’18

The Masorti on Campus Shabbaton By Steve Gotlib, Class of 2018 Arizona State. Binghamton. Columbia. Dickinson. Hofstra. Johns Hopkins. Michigan. NYU. Stockton. Rutgers. Yale.  What do all these schools and many more have in common? All had representatives present at...

My Jewish Foundation by Yonatan Gershon ’18

My Jewish Foundation By Yonatan Gershon, Class of 2018, Dallas, TX This Shabbat, October 31-November 1, 2014, Koach: the Conservative community at Rutgers Hillel is gathering the alumni of all Jewish youth groups, summer camps, and gap year programs for a nostalgic...

Discovering My Home on Birthright by Amber Ricks ’16

Discovering My Home on Birthright By Amber Ricks, Class of 2016 “What are you crazy?” “You shouldn’t go, it’s so dangerous.” “Aren’t you scared?” “Can’t you go another time?” These are just a small sampling of the statements and questions that I had to respond to when...