Being a Jewish cadet at Texas A&M has been one of the greatest blessings that I would have never imagined.
The president of Brown Students for Israel warns new students that anti-Semitism is alive and well on college campuses.
Forty years ago, I noticed that one of our members was doing something odd when the Torah scroll was carried around the community.
Abortion counseling was a felony in the state of Florida in 1969. I got in touch with a liberal Jewish attorney who was willing to work with my friend the Episcopal priest and me and was prepared to support us if and when we got into trouble.
“Unlike anti-Zionists, who reign powerfully on many campuses, Zionists don’t have anywhere else to go. We need a single space where we can voice our ideas without fear.”
“We held the event in Hillel, unauthorized — without knowledge of the Hillel staff — after our Hillel withdrew its support.”
Anna Fox writes about the Wesleyan Jewish community’s first time convening a conversation that violates Hillel International’s Standards of Partnership.
How widespread is anti-Semitism at CUNY? According to a recent letter penned by the Zionist Organization of America, it’s rampant — and caused by pro-Palestinian activists. We take a closer look.
Hillel Rio announced it would not close down just three hours after lamenting that it would, all via its Facebook page.
Michael Douglas, who grew up in a secular family, has embarked on a campus speaking tour with Natan Sharansky, the famed former Soviet dissident. Can these two very different figures team up to make skeptical college students support Israel?