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Conversation with Jay M. Harris at Hillel
On Campus

Conversation with Jay M. Harris at Hillel

Jay M. Harris, professor of Jewish studies, spoke with Harvard affiliates about the history of anti-Semitism and the continued effects of prejudice at Harvard Hillel Tuesday night.

Conversation with Jay M. Harris at Hillel
College

In Wake of Pittsburgh Shooting, Jay Harris Speaks on Anti-Semitism in the U.S.

Paulette K. Schuster ’20, who helped organize the Hillel event, said she invited Harris in response to students’ desires for experts to “contextualize” anti-Semitism in America after the “rattling” attack.

Tree of Life Synagogue Vigil
Student Groups

Tree of Life Synagogue Vigil

President Bacow speaks at the Tree of Life Synagogue Vigil at Harvard Hillel.

Tree of Life Synagogue Vigil
Student Groups

Tree of Life Synagogue Vigil

Harvard Hillel held a vigil to honor members of the Tree of Life synagogue.

Tree of Life Synagogue Vigil
Student Groups

Tree of Life Synagogue Vigil

Tree of Life Synagogue Vigil
Hillel

Harvard Affiliates Hold Vigil for Victims of Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

Close to a hundred individuals — Jewish and non-Jewish alike —packed into the vigil to pay their respects for the eleven victims of Saturday’s tragedy.

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Religion

Harvard Hillel Hosts Seder to Oppose Israeli Presence in the West Bank and Gaza

Harvard Hillel hosted a Seder last week meant to oppose Israeli presence in the West Bank and Gaza, though organizers complained of some “censorship” from administrators.

Tal Becker
On Campus

Tal Becker

Tal Becker, a senior member of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, speaks about his experiences at the Israeli-Palestinian negotiating table. Among other things, Becker elucidated the process behind each peace talk.

Tal Becker
On Campus

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Defining Islamophobia
Student Life

Hillel and Islamic Society Host Event Against Islamophobia

​Harvard Hillel and the Harvard Islamic Society hosted a presentation and panel discussion Monday on prejudice and discrimination against Islam or Muslims.

College

Hillel Dining Hall Faces Unique Challenges During HUDS Strike

It may only be the fourth day of Sukkot—a Jewish holiday that celebrates the fall harvest—but it is the 16th day of the Harvard University Dining Services workers’ strike, which presents Harvard Hillel with unique challenges.

"How Jews Became White Folks"
Religion

"How Jews Became White Folks"

People broke out into groups to discuss topics of race, religion and political movements in an event called "How Jews Became White Folks", run by Harvard Hillel on Thursday.

Hillel Bagel Brunch
College

Hillel Bagel Brunch

Students enjoy bagels and lox at Hillel’s final bagel brunch of the year on Sunday morning.

College

Students Gather To Commemorate Victims of Violence in Israel

Students handed out flyers, held a banner reading “No excuse for terror,” and read aloud a list of names of people killed during the unrest in Israel.

A Protest at the Hillel
Hillel

A Protest at the Hillel

Co-president of the Palestine Solidarity Committee Fatima Bishtawi ’17 stands outside the Hillel to protest Operation Protective Edge, an Israeli military operation launched in 2014. Other members of the Palestine Solidarity Committee lay on the ground around her.

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