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Rabbi Chaim Addresses Trends In Jewish Academic Success

November 4, 2011 by

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“Parents’ Weekend at UCLA” revealed many of the intimate details of Jewish life on campus. One of these details was the extent to which our leadership takes note of our involvement and progress within the greater UCLA community. On Friday evening, moms and dads accompanied their Bruin progeny to Shabbat dinner at the UCLA Hillel […]

Interfaith challah sales help to prevent genocide

October 21, 2011 by

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Photo by Jacob Goldberg Arriving at Hillel on the last night of sukkot and passing the wooden sukkah on your right painted green, yellow and red, you have the unmistakable feeling of entering a homogenous Jewish environment. Upon ascending one flight of stairs, however, the Challah for Hunger attendee will soon find out that this […]

Challah baking on frat row: a new kind of Jewish experience

October 9, 2011 by

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Photo Credits – Andrew Rosenstein Walking up the steps into the JAM (Jewish Awareness Movement) house on fraternity row, you are immediately overcome by the sights and smells of family and home. While not many living rooms can boast ten lime green armchairs, two couches, several dozen folding chairs, and a family of two rabbis and their wives, […]