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Many Jewish students know little about off-campus kosher options

By Laina Sara Miller For Mitzpeh @Mitzpeh Kosher observance varies among Jews, and Maryland Hillel provides day-to-day kosher meals for the kosher-observant students on campus. Students who do keep kosher, however, are virtually unaware of the wealth of options just outside of the campus bounds. This campus sits inside the bounds of the ...

Coffee Language House unites students of different cultures through food, foreign languages

By Nicole D’Costa For Mitzpeh @ndcosta622 Every Monday, members of the Language House have coffee conversations where they gather to speak their representative languages and enjoy snacks from different cultures. Each week, a different culture has the spotlight on it with food from that particular culture like Mexican, Italian, Arabic and ...

Despite the cold, JFarm blooms into winter

By Ben Curtis For Mitzpeh @ben_curtis12 Although winter is approaching, a JFarm garden outside of the Maryland Hillel building is still blooming in more ways than one. The JFarm garden, supported by the Hillel club since 2009, is part of a mission to strengthen the Jewish community on campus by planting crops and hosting events and ...

HRCT party brings Jewish students together around food, friends

By Mohan Xu For Mitzpeh @XuMohan1  Hillel’s Reshaping Community Togetherness initiative (HRCT), a Jewish organization founded last semester by students Talya Gordon and Jesse Vaknin, held its debut party of the semester last Saturday night in Terrapin Row. HRCT, which is under the umbrella of Maryland Hillel but also operates indepen...

Ometz hosts another successful “extravaganza” event

By Dylan Spilko For Mitzpeh @DylanSpilko Ometz, this university’s conservative, traditional egalitarian Jewish group, hosted another successful “Ometz Extravaganza,” which consisted of many members from the Jewish community coming together for a special night on October 26.  For the Friday night event, several members of the ...

Hillel brings students together as community to break fast, celebrate new year

By David Blumberg For Mitzpeh @DGBlumberg Yom Kippur is a time to reflect. It is a time to consider the past year, mistakes we’ve made and our goals for the new year. But for many Jewish students, there is something else on their minds on Yom Kippur: hunger. As the sun set Wednesday night, Maryland Hillel held its annual Break ...

Hillel cookbook to provide a new kind of college survival guide

By Hannah Davidson For Mitzpeh @hhannahdavidson By the end of the school year, Jewish students at this university will have a new way to connect to one another: a cookbook.  Compiled by students Dena Gershkovich and Arianna Kigner Prince, the cookbook will feature holiday, dessert, Friday night dinner and lunch recipes from a wide ...

SHABBAM unites students around friends, creative themes

By Clara Longo de Freitas For Mitzpeh @Mitzpeh Students all over this university hosted Shabbat dinners, reaching over 1,000 students in more than 100 locations across campus on Friday, September 19, said Maryland Hillel. The meals had a wide variety of themes, including Hippie Shabbat, an “Area 51 raid” dinner, an IHOP dinner and ...

SHABBAM brings students together for a night of challah baking and braiding

By Julia Rosier For Mitzpeh @julia_rosier Maryland Hillel hosted a “Mega Challah Bake” as part of the Shabbat Across Maryland program Thursday night at the Hillel Center. Students decorated challahs with cinnamon, sugar, bagel seeds and chocolate chips for their guests. SHABBAM is an annual program that allows students to host ...

Almost a year after opening, Holy Chow! is alive and well

By Jenna Pierson Staff writer @jenna_pierson   Holy Chow!, the kosher Chinese restaurant in Silver Spring, Maryland that opened last March, has had an incredibly successful first year of business, according to its owners. “My joke for when people ask me about how business is, is that we are still happily married,” said Ami ...