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Hillel chooses Interim Director Andrea Hoffman to fulfill open position.
After the Jewish United Fund (JUF) fired the entire Hillel leadership board, Hillel says programming is as extensive as ever, despite budget cuts.
Nearly 900 students, faculty, and community members attended the 66th Annual Latke-Hamantash Debate.
The 66-year-old Latke-Hamantash Debate is organized by two third-years and is scheduled to take place around Purim, the holiday of hamantash.
New Jewish RSO aims to provide inclusive, accessible events for students.
Jewish students on campus scraped by unaffected by budgeting and autonomy disputes until the recent firing of Dan Libenson.
37 Jewish faculty members signed a letter attacking the JUF’s decision to fire the Hillel’s executive director as “unwelcome” and “un-Jewish.”
Information came to light about the frayed relationship between the Hillel and the Jewish United Fund of Chicago.
With recent firings, campus Jewish community has lost its vital nucleus.
Jewish students took initiative to discuss the controversial firing of the former Hillel director.