Shalom Kosher Grocery Store
By Catherine Sheffo
With several grocery stores along Route 1, it seems strange to make the 10-mile drive to Silver Spring, Md. on a weekday night, but more University of Maryland students seem to be making the trip to Shalom Kosher before ...
Yiddish Is Not a Dying Language
By Mike Siegel
Contrary to popular belief, Yiddish is not a dying language, said Adi Mahalel, a new instructor at the University of Maryland.
“[Yiddish] is a language that, in recent years since the Holocaust, has been growing [in the number ...
Kedma’s Third Annual Kedmatillion
By Clarice Silber
Kedma will host its third annual Kedmatillion: The Casino and Auction Gala Dec. 7, bringing together the Orthodox and Conservative Jewish communities for a night of casino games, dinner and an auction.
The Kedmatillion gala ...
The Maimonides Program Celebrates 10 Years on Campus
By Clarice Silber
This year marks the ten-year anniversary of the Maimonides program at the University of Maryland.
The Maimonides program is broken up into two levels, including Maimonides One and Maimonides Two. Students that partake in ...
Profile: Not Yo Momma’s Judaism
By Jaclyn Turner
College-aged women have plenty of questions about sex, alcohol, healthy eating and body image, and Not Yo Momma’s Judaism has created a forum for women to discuss these issues in a Jewish way.
Former Hillel engagement ...
Jewish Women’s Leadership Conference
By Bethany Hooper
The Jewish Women’s Leadership Conference hosted by Maryland Hillel focuses on women in the workforce, teaching women new skills and connecting with women in businesses around the area, according to Corinne Bernstein, the ...
Eat Your Way through College Park
By Erica Tropp
The Sigma Delta Tau sorority held their annual philanthropy event, SDT Your Way Through College Park, on Saturday, and the event was more popular than ever before among Maryland students, according to SDT Vice President of ...