Meaningful investment in LGBTQ students begins with taking cues from queer students themselves.
This new vision requires difficult dialogue between those who may vehemently disagree, always aimed at discovering the truth rather than “winning.”
The poets’ voices and powerful imagery allowed students to empathize with the Israeli and Palestinian speakers without rushing to assign blame.
The app, Jew-Swipes, lists daily opportunities for kosher meals on campus for hungry Jewish students.
Although her university turned down the idea, friends she met on Birthright Israel enthusiastically said “yes” —and helped her start an organization.
Community | While detractors complain that Hillel’s Israel standards are unfair to anti-Zionists, efforts to vilify the policy are misguided.
Since arriving at Tulane in 2008, Rabbi Yonah Schiller has revolutionized Jewish outreach using a model that is being replicated across the nation.
The app has a button to alert emergency contacts, GPS location tracking, and saves insurance information and a medical consent form.
Fliers bearing an image of Adolf Hitler and the message “finish what he started” were posted at the Multicultural Center last week.
“Once my involvement with Israel became political, that is when things started to change,” Prof. Melissa Landa claims.