24 Tammuz - July 22

JLIC In The Press

10 Years on the Job at UCLA, OU Torah Educators Rabbi Aryeh and Sharona Kaplan Reflect on Students Past, Present and Future

Ten years is a lifetime in college, but Rabbi Aryeh and Sharona Kaplan aren’t going anywhere. The Kaplans, the longest serving Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (JLIC)couple, have been at UCLA for a decade and their achievement is being celebrated at the annual West Coast Awards Banquet on June 18 at the Sephardic Temple. “Someone once […]

May 29, 2014 0 comments Read More

Superheroes Without Capes

The JLIC Couple Bringing Orthodoxy to Life at Queens College Robby and Shoshana Charnoff Rabbi Robby and Shoshana Charnoff have a rule: dinner at six o’clock at their attached house located 15 minutes away from the Queens College campus; otherwise the two won’t see each other. Frequently dinner doesn’t start on time as they are […]

May 22, 2014 0 comments Read More

“Chicken Soup for the Elderly Soul” – Rutgers University

“Chicken Soup for the Elderly Soul” By Becca Meiner ‘17 “Chicken Soup for the Elderly Soul” is a new community service program at Rutgers Hillel that started this semester (Spring 2014), and I have been so proud to participate in and even help lead this program. Rutgers students make the chicken soup on Thursday nights […]

May 21, 2014 0 comments Read More

Brandeis welcomes new Torah educators

Brandeis welcomes new Torah educators By Staff reports Wicked Local Waltham WALTHAM —   With the academic year well underway and the Jewish fall holidays in the past, Rabbi David and Ariel Pardo are prepared to look ahead for their first year on campus as the new Torah educators at Brandeis University as part of […]

Jan 2, 2014 0 comments Read More

What Does It Take to Build an Orthodox Community on Campus?

What Does It Take to Build an Orthodox Community on Campus? by Elli Fischer | November 11, 2013 in Faith See orginal article here   Start a child upon his path, even when he ages he will not stray from it” (Mishlei 22:6). This verse, in its straightforward meaning (and as expounded by Rabbi Kalonymus Shapira in his introduction […]

Nov 11, 2013 0 comments Read More

Spotlight on one of JLIC at NYU’s Newest Programs: Women’s Beit Midrash (WBM)

When one walks into the Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life’s beit midrash on its second floor, one might expect tobe greeted by the low rumble of students reading and discussing Jewish texts, the sight of students hunched over books, learning individually and in chavrutot (pairs). When one walks into the beit midrash on a […]

Nov 5, 2013 0 comments Read More

Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus At Princeton Welcomes Rabbi Elie and Ilana Bercuson

With the academic year well underway and the Jewish Fall holidays in the past, Rabbi Elie and Ilana Bercuson are prepared to look ahead for their first year on campus as the new Torah Educators at Princeton University as part of the Heshe and Harriet Seif Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (JLIC) program of the Orthodox Union, in partnership with […]

Oct 23, 2013 0 comments Read More

Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus At Brandeis Welcomes Rabbi David and Ariel Pardo

With the academic year well underway and the Jewish Fall holidays in the past, Rabbi David and Ariel Pardo are prepared to look ahead for their first year on campus as the new Torah Educators at Brandeis University as part of the Heshe and Harriet Seif Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (JLIC) program of the Orthodox Union, in partnership with […]

Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus At Maryland Welcomes Rabbi Ari and Shira Neuman

With the academic year well underway and the Jewish Fall holidays in the past, Rabbi Ari and Shira Neuman are prepared to look ahead for their first year on campus as the new Torah Educators at the University of Maryland as part of the Heshe and Harriet Seif Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (JLIC) program of the Orthodox Union, in partnership […]

Penn Students Design Sukkahs as Part of JLIC ‘Sukkathon’ Competition

Sukkahs Everywhere! Penn students design Sukkahs as part of JLIC’s Sukkathon Competition By Michael Orbach       The “Canvas and Blackboard Sukkah,” part of Penn JLIC’s Sukkathon Competition, was designed to play on Penn’s course management computer systems, Blackboard and Canvas. The inside of the sukkah is a blackboard and the outside is canvas.  This […]

Oct 1, 2013 0 comments Read More

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