On Friday, November 30th Hillel held our annual Israeli Shabbat. In addition to playing an Israeli version on Headbandz, our Hillel Chefs made classic Israeli food Falafel with Pita and all the classic fillings (Hummus!!), classic Cheese and Potato Bourekas, and of course Rugelach for dessert!
Hillel hosted game night last Friday. While eating hoagies and popcorn, Hillel members played “YeahNope” which allowed the members to really get to know each other.
Dear Rowan Hillel family, In light of the recent event in Pittsburgh Hillel will be hosting an open discussion tomorrow from 5:00-6:00pm in Memorial Hall room 169 to talk about the tragedy. This open discussion is a safe place for everyone to talk about the tragedy. Following the open discussion Hillel invites you to attend …
Last night Rowan Hillel held our second annual Mental Health night. Several speakers from the Rowan University Counselling Center and Jewish Children and Family Services discussed resources available to students to assist with issues of Mental Health. A speaker from Beautiful Minds, a student Mental Health advocacy club, talked about their organization and events being …
Last night, in conjunction with the Rowan Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Rowan Hillel held Holocaust Rembrance night. After a short service held to commemorate those we lost, we were honored to hear the story of Selma Rossen, who survived the Holocaust while growing up in Poland. A crowd of around 100 people listened to the story of Selma’s family and their survival while escaping the Nazi’s.
Selma is the proud Grandmother of Hillel Treasurer Alex Rossen.
Photos from Holocaust Remembrance Night
Participating in our first service project of the semester, members of Rowan Hillel made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for Cathedral Kitchen. So much more than a “soup kitchen,” a member of the Cathedral Kitchen team spoke to our students about all of the services provided by their organization. In addition to serving over 100,000 …
Hillel held our first regular Shabbat Dinner on Friday, September 7. After a short service led by Vice President and Religious Chair Izzy Wellman, we ate and played games.
This Labor Day Hillel hosted our annual welcome back BBQ with fun had by all. Here’s to a great semester.