Kedma pulls off Orthodox in-person services during High Holidays
By Ben Baruch
Although the coronavirus pandemic’s restrictions made celebrating the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur difficult, members of this university’s Orthodox Jewish community made sure that social distancing wouldn’t get in the way of a meaningful holiday.
Sophomore chemistry major Scott Sandor is the ...
Ruach hosts night of music, discussion of prayer at Hillel
By Jacqueline Chase
Students gathered for an hour of song and discussion at Hillel Tuesday night to explore music in the context of prayer.
Ruach, the Reform student group at Maryland Hillel, invited students to a program, titled “Songful Tefillah: Lecha Dodi,” to discuss the connection between the ...
“Monday Mindfulness” brings spirituality to Jewish community
By Jazmin Conner
Monday Mindfulness, an event held Mondays before afternoon prayer services at Hillel, provides a 20-minute relaxation session for Jewish students to become more aware of themselves and their surroundings.
Aryeh Roberts, a sophomore philosophy major, decided to start the event ...