Thursday, May 24, 2012

Tufts Hillel Travels the World!

Three groups of students are traveling on Hillel sponsored trips this Spring and Summer. Follow their adventures by checking out their blogs - Tufts in Rwanda, Birthright Israel Summer 2012 and Tufts in Morocco with the JDC. 

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Check out our new Repair the World blog posted on April 24, 2012!

Monday, January 9, 2012

Winter Birthright Trips

Dozens of Tufts students just left for Israel on a trip of a lifetime. Follow them on their Birthright adventures by checking out their new blogs!

Look over there for the links --->

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Follow Tufts Students in Argentina & Rwanda!

Two groups of students will be blogging about their experiences in Argentina with the JDC and at the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village in Rwanda. Follow their blogs for first hand accounts of their adventures, lessons learned, wisdom and experiences.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

NEW blog for Tufts Students Traveling Abroad!

Are you a Jewish student studying or traveling abroad? Tell us about your experience!!

Traveling Tufts Hillel


This blog connects students with what's happening at Tufts and with each other: to bond students with other Jewish students traveling abroad, provide a space for students to deal with being away from their home Jewish community, and also offer a place for others to learn about Jewish experiences around the globe.

If you're a Jewish student abroad and want to tell us about your experience or comment on others by contributing to this blog, contact Lauren Levine at lauren.levine@tufts.edu.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

New Blog Added: Tufts Hillel Repairs the World

Tufts Hillel Repairs the World

Tufts Hillel is excited to announce its new partnership with a national organization called Repair the World (www.werepair.org), an organization committed to inspiring American Jews and their communities to give their time and effort to serve those in need. By working with Repair the World, Hillel will be able to take its current programming to a new level and better fulfill its role as a Tzedek Hillel. Challenged with engaging more students than ever in long term service work, Hillel and Repair the World are looking to empower young people everywhere to pursue their passion, raise awareness for what’s important, and make volunteering a priority in their lives. This blog will feature regular and guest contributors reflecting on issues of social justice, community service and engagement from a Jewish perspective.