By Jacob Levy
Penn Hillel Is Not Your Battlefield — It’s Our Home
Walking into Penn Hillel, we feel inspired to participate in causes we care about and to engage in dialogue across a broad range of beliefs. Our Hillel has that effect. It creates limitless engagement opportunities for all Jewish students. The three of us are all vocal participants in dialogue around gender equality, social justice, racial…
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