Keyword: hillel
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Being Jewish is a privilege. Throughout my journey with Judaism, this is a fact I have come to realize. From preschool at the Jewish Community Center through my confirmation at age 15, I was taught … more
Scott Fried, an award-winning international public speaker, HIV/AIDS educator, and author, will be in residence at the University of Rhode Island on World AIDS Day, Friday, Dec. 1. Candidly … more
At Brown RISD Hillel a few weeks ago, amid the spirited davening, singing and eating on Shabbat during the commencement/reunion weekend, I saw something larger, too: many of the keys to Jewish … more
In a cold, unrelenting rain on April 26, students and faculty scurried across the plaza outside the University of Rhode Island’s Robert L. Carothers Library. I knelt on the ground and made the … more
Brown University alum Allie Wollner ’10 returned to campus the week of Nov. 28 to lead students in a series of creative writing workshops centered on a Jewish theme. This was the second … more
Risking your life, forfeiting your safety, and putting yourself through hell for a higher mission. These are all sacrifices we attribute to soldiers, and they are sacrifices that Yakir Englander … more
Great RI Challah Bake [Photo gallery]
Were you there? More than 150 women and girls gathered Nov. 10 at Brown RISD Hillel to bake challah. While their dough rose, there was singing and dancing. The event was part of worldwide Shabbat … more
Brown RISD Hillel is excited to announce the inaugural exhibition of the updated and expanded collection of “Traces of Memory: A Contemporary Look at the Jewish Past in Poland” from the … more
Brown RISD Hillel is deeply concerned by the activities that occurred in its facility on Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The un-authorized showing of three short films, produced by an organization that does … more
The “Nakba” event held at Brown RISD Hillel on May 11 is alarming and sets a dangerous precedent. The event titled “Jews Facing the Nakba” – held on Yom ha-Zikaron and … more
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