“For many Jews, they know (or at least know about) a rabbi on or near their campus”
Jewish student organizations are hosting online events and providing mental health support for struggling students.
USC student leader Rose Ritch resigns amid accusations that her Zionism ‘made her complicit in racism’
“I really didn’t understand what the symbol means to people and the hatred behind it.”
Student debt is skyrocketing. It’s become the thing that defines this generation of college students.
The Israel@65 Cincinnati Young Leaders Journey to Israel took place December 20, 2012 – January 3, 2013. Learn more at http://bit.ly/12cvX6g.
Across the country, Jewish environmental and farming programs are (pun intended) taking root in the Jewish community. Whether they are semester long fellowships (like Adamah and Urban Adamah), programs at summer camps (like Eden Village, Kibbutz Yarokand Amir Project, to name just a few), the number and variety of these programs is increasing.
As a Jewish college student living in New York City, I am frequently challenged to make eating and living sustainably work on a very tight budget. I’ve found that there are some ways I can spend less money and skimp, and there are certain areas where splurging is definitely worth the extra cost. I try to follow some key guidelines — listed below — when buying both food and household products. Whether you’re a college student, or just want to save a few extra bucks, these tips are useful in integrating sustainably minded changes into your daily routine.
With the new school year just getting under way, the revised edition of “Jewish U: A Contemporary Guide for the Jewish College Student” is drawing flak for its outmoded and inaccurate depiction of Jewish campus life.