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Awesome Jewish Life on Campus

seniordiscountseniordiscount Registered User Posts: 68 Junior Member
Hey Everyone,

Just wanted to let you know that UNC has a really wonderful Hillel. I encourage those of you who are interested in Jewish Life on campus to check out the website at nchillel.org. Once there feel free to fill out a new student contact form so that we can get you hooked in with the right people in terms of ways you'd like to get involved.

Just a few things to be looking out for during Week of Welcome:
- Havdallah Under the Stars: This will take place on Saturday, August 22nd at 8:30pm on the grass between Morrison Dorm and the SASB courtyard, this way you can go from the Havdallah straight to Flix on the Brix with no problems.

- Bagels on the Quad: This event is happening on Sunday the 23rd from 11am-1pm on the Quad we call Polk Place over near Wilson Library. Who can say no to a free bagel brunch?? Hopefully I'll see you there!

Can't wait to meet all of you.

If you have any other questions about Hillel, please feel free to ask me. I am one of the co-presidents for the upcoming year and I would love to answer your questions.

Also, be sure to add North Carolina Hillel as a Friend on Facebook: North Carolina Hillel - Raleigh / Durham, NC | Facebook
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Replies to: Awesome Jewish Life on Campus

  • BruinsJEWBruinsJEW Registered User Posts: 1,058 Senior Member
    I'm really excited about this! I was very involved with Hillel and all the other Jewish organizations on campus as well as the Jewish community in my college's area and not to mention I'm a brother of the most well known Jewish fraternity.
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