By Maya Rosenberg
For those who celebrate Shabbat, Friday nights are filled with a routine of prayer, celebrating the end of the week and most importantly, food.
However, Hillel’s Immigration Justice Shabbat on Nov. 22 was not a typical Friday evening celebration. The Shabbat, part of the Global Justice ...
By Lauraine Genota, for the Mitzpeh, @laurainegenota
A group of 13 to 16 students will head to South Dakota this spring break to learn more about and connect with the Lakota people on the Hillel Alternative Breaks program.
“We mainly hope to learn more about the Native American community that we are visiting,” said ...
By Harris Blum, for the Mitzpeh, @Harris_Blum
Two of Maryland Hillel’s social justice fellows hosted a speaker from the National Coalition for the Homeless on April 20.
David Pirtle, speaker for the National Coalition for the Homeless, took the floor in Hillel’s library in order to inform students of the problems surrounding the ...