July News Articles
Not just neo-Nazis with tiki torches: Why Jewish students say they also fear cloaked anti-Semitism (CNN)
UW-Madison 'deeply sorry' for scheduling first day of class on Rosh Hashanah (Wisconsin State Journal)
Birthright: A breath of fresh Zionist air - opinion (Jerusalem Post)
Hillel JUC continued to build community one relationship at a time: Campus organization pivoted during pandemic year to support Jewish students (Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle)
Fighting Campus Anti-Semitism Before It Explodes: Colleges aren’t prepared to deal with anti-Semitism when students return to campuses - opinion (Inside HigherEd)
As universities reopen, Hillels navigate the transition (Baltimore Jewish Times)
Antisemitism Masquerading as Activism: Reflections from Jewish Student Leaders at Franklin & Marshall College (The College Reporter)
GW Hillel opens new building after years of construction (The GW Hatchet)
For Jewish 20-somethings, the new Moishe Pod is an antidote to loss of college Judaism (Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle)
See below for recent interviews with Rachel, GWU '21, and Pauline, Emory '17.
Calling All High School Writers!
This looks like a great opportunity for Jewish high school students who enjoy writing! Visit freshinkforteens.com/write-for-us/ for more information.
After a brief career as a lawyer and a few years in higher education administration, I have been working as an independent college counselor at Vinik EPS since 2012. Originally from Baltimore, I now live in Rockville, MD with my husband, our three daughters, and our King Charles Cavalier Spaniel.