"I Will Be What I Will Be:" Finding a Jewish Path in Emerging Adulthood
October 13, 2020
As a Jewish autistic bisexual transgender woman, “I will be what I will be” is something I have had to tell many people throughout my life, as they have questioned, judged, mocked, and discriminated against me for who I am.
Jewish Insight for Consoling and Congratulating the Class of 2020
April 13, 2020
For our students, the loss of their end-of-year plans and graduation festivities is indeed a very real loss – and we should recognize it as one. I’m reminded of a powerful anecdote in Martin Buber’s Tales of the Hasidim.
8 Ways to Connect With Jewish Life On Campus
August 26, 2019
It’s that time of the year again: moving into new dorms and apartments, catching up with friends after a great summer, buying (way too expensive) textbooks, and double-checking schedules to make sure you get to the right class.
Attention High School Class of 2020
We want to keep in touch & help you to stay connected to the Jewish community!
Jewish Life on Campus
5 Things to Know about Being Jewish in College
When I entered my first year of college, I assumed that Jewish life on campus could never match the Jewish life I’d led in high school.
What Makes a Campus Jewishly Vibrant?
I visit colleges throughout the U.S. every year to see how Jewish life is changing campus-wide. Here's what I've learned.
6 Ways To Fund Your College Project
There may be more funding available for your on-campus Jewish program than you think.
Admissions 100: Getting In
What are the most important trends in college admissions that students need to be aware of? The experts offer their insights.
Regardless of how smart, hard-working, or talented we are, every one of us faces rejection at one time or another. What matters is how we deal with it.
Starting College: Stress Less!
Sending a child off to college can be a stressful experience for most parents. Here are some tips for making the experience easier for both of you.