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MEOR seeks to create relationship with Greek community

By Morgan Caplan For the Mitzpeh @m_caplan6 MEOR Maryland, a Jewish campus outreach organization, fosters a relationship with the Maryland Greek community, encouraging an education of Jewish values despite differing religious backgrounds. MEOR hosts a variety of events for anyone in the university’s community such as challah baking, Shabbat ...

Maryland Greek Life gathers at Hillel for casual Passover Seder

By Rebecca Cohen For the Mitzpeh @beccacohen_ The second night of Passover brought unity and fun to Jewish students in Maryland’s Greek Life community with Hillel’s Greek Seder Tuesday night. The event started at 7 p.m., when members of Greek Life congregated at Hillel, regardless of religious affiliation. The ticket  cost $10, to pay for ...

Jew You Should Know: Sherry Levine

By Alicia Cherem @cherem_a Staff Writer   Sherry Levine somehow manages to do it all: as president of her sorority, head manager of a major club on campus and a part of an honors program, her friends have nicknamed her “superwoman.” Levine recently took on her biggest leadership role yet, becoming president of this ...

Jew You Should Know: Daniel Katz

By Lilia Abecassis, for the Mitzpeh, @Lily_Ayy For most fraternity boys, “good sorority relations” means getting invited to different formals every semester. For sophomore Zeta Beta Tau brother Daniel Katz, it means having 4 Panhellenic chapters participate in his food drive and donate their chapter house dinner to the Community for ...

Jewish rushing on the rise (Feb. 2008)

By Gabi Weisel, Mitzpeh staff writer When Jason Botvinick first arrived at the University of Maryland campus in fall 2007, he was unsure if he wanted to be a part of Greek life. After going to the Chabad House and seeing pictures of the Jewish fraternities and sororities, he decided to give it a shot. In order to explore his options, ...