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Hillel welcomes 4 new staff members

By Senaya Savir Hillel at the University of Maryland serves one of the largest and most diverse Jewish student populations in the country. It hosts over 400 students each Friday night and accommodates over 1,000 students for the High Holiday ...

Music VS starts chapter at UMD

By Naomi Ehrenkranz The Music Undergraduate Support Initiative for Children, Veterans and Seniors (Music VS) is a new community service group on campus, recently started by sophomores Justin Kelman and Gedaliah Knizhnik. Kelman and ...

Meyerhoff: Beyond Jewish 101

By Brittany Britto University of Maryland’s Meyerhoff Center for Jewish Studies intends to go above and beyond the traditional Jewish 101, incorporating new interdisciplinary classes and revamped material this fall and for semesters to ...

University offers money for Israel study abroad

By Jacob Schaperow and Leo Traub Know a student interested in studying abroad in Israel? This year their chance of being awarded scholarship money through the Meyerhoff Center for Jewish Studies’ may be higher than in the past. The Meyerhoff ...

Maryland Hillel experiments with early Shabbat dinner

By Jamie Weissman The University of Maryland’s Hillel will cater to more students this semester with a new Shabbat dinner option. In addition to the usual 8 p.m. Shabbat meal, Hillel staff will offer an earlier alternative for attendees ...

UMD “MEOR” Wins Big

By Matthew Beinart The University of Maryland chapter of MEOR, a non-profit Jewish educational organization, received the “Educators of the Year” honor at the foundation’s annual awards ceremony April 6 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherfo...

Jewish Greeks take over Ritchie for Passover Seder

By Jacob Schaperow Ask Jewish students what Passover on campus means to them, and they will tell you about the stress that comes with having to get homework done, prepare for exams, and catch up on studying with up to four days out of their ...

UMD Hillel hosts panel on homelessness

By Eli Davis Whether caused by a mental or physical disease, drug or alcohol addiction or family issues, homelessness does not care for a reason. During the event, which was presented by Hillel and the Jews in Greek Life Fellowship, eight ...

Hillel Israel Week begins April 30th

By Joe Atmonavage The University of Maryland will be hosting its annual Maryland Hillel Israel Week starting April 29 as a way for Jewish students to better understand the nation of Israel. The event, which will be held at Maryland Hillel, will ...

First UMD SermonSlam to be held next month

By Jamie Weissman The University of Maryland’s Maryland Jewish Beacon will host their first SermonSlam next month, the first event of its kind on campus. On May 4, more than six student performers will come together for SermonSlam, an event ...