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Hillel in the News
Returning, Remembering, Forgiving
Cornell Hillel brought Nobel Prize recipient and Cornell Professor Emeritus to deliver a talk at the University on Wednesday 4/29, sharing his experiences as a Holocaust survivor and speaking on the ongoing aggression in Ukraine to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Former Obama Speech Writer Sarah Hurwitz Grapples With Faith and Politics
After two years of delay due to COVID-19, former Obama Administration speech writer Sarah Hurwitz came to Cornell on Monday, March 27 to talk about her journey grappling with Judaism and politics.
Cornell Rings in Jewish New Year With In-Person Meals, Services
Cornell Hillel celebrated Rosh Hashanah together in-person after 500 days off campus, attracting thousands of students for dinners, services, and community.
New Hillel ROTC Cohort seeks to give its “lone soldiers” a lasting community
Shevach: Cornell's Traditional Egalitarian Minyan President Sophia Bergen has been recognized by Hillel International for her commitment to both Jewish life and Cornell Army ROTC.
Marlee Pincus — Beating Cancer and Returning to Cornell After Two Years
Hillel student leader Marlee Pincus shares her story of rejoining the Cornell community and the role that Cornell Hillel played in helping her find her place back on campus and in the Cornell Jewish community.
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