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Interfaith panel uses food to discuss relationships between Passover, Easter

By Ambriah Underwood For Mitzpeh @Mitzpeh The cultural intersection between Passover and Easter came to a head at an interfaith panel Wednesday, when the topic of food was on everyone’s mind. Three faith-based leaders—Rabbi Aderet ...

Anti-Semitism had its largest ever increase in 2017 in U.S., study shows

By Ben Cooper For Mitzpeh @ben_coops The increase in anti-Semitism in the U.S. in 2017 was the highest ever since data was first collected in 1979, according to a new study published by the Anti-Defamation League. The study, published in ...

Thurgood Marshall Jr. urges students to build bridges at Brody Foundation Public Policy Forum

By Samantha Caruso For Mitzpeh @Mitzpeh The School of Public Policy at this university hosted a discussion with Thurgood Marshall Jr., an accomplished lawyer who formerly worked for the federal government, at the Stamp Student Union Tuesday ...

Mishelanu, Maryland Hillel conclude Pesach with UMD’s first Mimouna festival

By Samantha Caruso For Mitzpeh @Mitzpeh Maryland Hillel and Israeli American Council Mishelanu hosted this university’s first Mimouna, a traditional Moroccan Jewish festival celebrating the end of Passover, at the Rosenbloom Hillel Center ...

Schwartz family opens home and grill for students to celebrate last days of Passover

By Brogan Gerhart Copy editor @BroganGerhart Rabbi Elie and Miriam Schwartz opened their home Friday afternoon to Jewish students who were on campus for the last few days of Passover for a holiday-friendly barbecue. The event was run through ...

Hillel makes pizza on Passover a reality with “Lotsa Matzah Pizza” event

By Jazmin Conner For Mitzpeh @Mitzpeh Maryland Hillel invited students to come and make their own matzah pizzas at La Plata Hall Wednesday night at its event, “Lotsa Matzah Pizza.” “Having this event kind of just gives you another ...

Culinary, historical expert explains black-Jewish identity through food

UPDATE: This article has been edited from the original version, which was posted April 5 at 11:21 p.m. See corrections at the bottom of the article. By David Jahng For Mitzpeh @DavidJahng Michael Twitty, a food blogger, teacher of Judaism, ...

Hillel hosts Greek life “Bar Night” for evening of social, community fun

By David Jahng For Mitzpeh @DavidJahng The chill and relaxed atmosphere of Milkboy Arthouse did not stay quiet long, as prospective and current members of Jewish fraternities and sororities flooded the room for Hillel Greek Life’s first ...

UMD doctoral candidate gives insight into Israel’s evolving threat landscape during lecture

By David Jahng For Mitzpeh @DavidJahng Following the Arab Spring revolutions across the Middle East, the State of Israel has been forced to evolve its strategies in defending and responding to threats from all borders. Moran Stern, a PhD ...

Seniors take first place at annual JHacks hackathon with “Too Long; Didn’t Watch”

UPDATE: This article has been edited from the original version, which was posted March 13 at 7:44 a.m. See corrections at the bottom of the article. By Jeremy Bell For Mitzpeh @jerebell3 Two seniors won at the third annual JHacks hackathon ...