Kedma uncertain about hosting in-person events during the pandemic
By Erin Harper
As this university wraps up another semester of mostly virtual classes, Kedma, the Orthodox Jewish group on campus, is hesitant to host limited in-person events and services.
Founded in 1997, Kedma has operated as one of the largest Orthodox college communities at this university, working to host ...
Hillel connects students despite the pandemic
By Erin Harper
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic reshaping how each semester looks for college students, this university’s Hillel has continued to host a series of virtual freshmen events and Shabbat to-go dinners to keep the Jewish student body connected.
Shabbat dinners, which are available to all students, ...
Kedma welcomes new board for spring semester
By Max Boyarsky
Although some clubs and organizations at this university are having a difficult time planning events this semester, others are trudging through the obstacles.
Kedma, this university’s Orthodox community, announced the winners of their board elections on Dec. 13. New members ele...
Jewish clubs prepare for online fall semester
Challah for Hunger board members having a meeting over Zoom. Photo courtesy of Anna Kaplan.
By Ileana Lozano
Students in over 800 clubs at this university have taken a hit from the changes brought by COVID-19, including many Jewish clubs that have had to make adjustments to operating online.
“We’re going ...