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  • 7th Annual Achoti Banquet



    RSVP to Alyssa Rothstein at arothst1@kent.edu
  • APPLY TO BE A STUDENT LEADER


    Hillel is excited to announce the relaunch of its Student Board for 2016-17. We are looking for students that are interested in creating a dynamic and thriving Jewish life on campus.
    APPLY TODAY

  • Passover With Hillel

    This Passover, there's a lot going on at Hillel at Kent State. Best part? It's all free for students.
    REGISTER HERE

  • Israel Week is March 28-April 1


    Kent Sate students, staff and faculty are all welcome to join us to a week of celebrating the independence of the Jewish state of Israel. This will be a week of cultural celebrations with lots of yummy food! Whether you like fashion, arts, history, cooking or just hanging out with friends- this is the week for you!

    So what is going on? We are so glad you asked. Here is the week’s schedule:

    Monday, March 28th

    10:00 am-2 pm Kent Student Center: Stop by our table on 1st floor, get your Israel Week T-shirt from the Students supporting Israel, as well as FREE swag and other surprises and enjoy a virtual trip in Tel Aviv-the city that never sleeps.

    6 pm -8 pm Rockwell Hall: Liraz Cohen: Israel Fashion from the Kibbutz to the City: Join Liraz Cohen in an exciting group conversation full of style and glam as she takes you through the path of the Israeli fashion story- From establishing the industry and until today.

    Plus: A personal styling session will follow the lecture.

    Tuesday, March 29th

    6-8 pm The Cohn Jewish Student Center: Sisterhood crafting: Hamsas and Hummus: Join Achoti sisters for an hour of crafting and noshing to create your own Hamsa! Bring your little, bring your big, and bring your creativity! Enjoy some Hummus, pitas as well as some other yammi snacks and celebrate Israel week with us!

    Wednesday, March 30th

    12 -2:30 pm: Lunch @ Hillel: Join us for our weekly FREE lunch at Hillel and this week: Shawarma.

    Thursday, March 31st

    (6:30 to 8:30 pm), The Cohn: Ori Shavit visits Kent State: Ori Shavit, food journalist, blogger and animal rights campaigner, will visit Kent State to host a lecture and cooking workshop on her vegan lifestyle!

    Ori Shavit is a food journalist, TED Talks speaker, blogger, and one of the most prominent and popular food critics in Israel. She publishes recipes on her blog, vegansontop.com, teaches vegan cooking classes and promotes veganism all over Israel. Before her move to veganism in 2001, Shavit trained in cooking and wrote about the Israeli restaurant and food culture. She was an editor and writer at Al Hashulchan magazine, the leading gastronomic magazine in Israel. Shavit has worked in the media industry as a writer and producer for several Israeli newspapers and popular TV shows.

    Friday, April 1st

    5:30- 9:00 pm Explore Israel Shabbat:  Join us for Services and dinner with lots of Israeli songs, games and fun. Bring your friends! Everyone is welcome!

    All the events are FREE to attend and open to everyone!

    Any question? Email our Israel Fellow Hagar at hisraeli@kent.edu


  • Black-Jew Dialogues



    Monday April 4, 6:00-8:00 PM in the Kent State Kiva

  • UNITY: LGBTQ Shabbat


    FRIDAY, MARCH 11 @ 5:30 PM

    The annual inclusive Shabbat event you won't want to miss. Everyone's welcome to this celebration of diversity, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, or background.
    Free dinner, discussion, and exchange of culture await.

  • Grilled Cheese Lunch


    Enjoy a free lunch every Wednesday this semester! Stop by anytime between 12:00 and 2:30.
    This week's lunch menu is grilled cheese, tomato soup and french fries.

  • Kent Celebrates Purim!


    This week, Hillel is celebrating Purim at the Cohn! There will be lots of yummy food, limited alcoholic beverages for 21+, fun games, a photo-booth, mask making, and prizes to give away! 
  • Southern Fried Shabbat


    Don't miss this delicious Shabbat with Fried Chicken, lots of tasty sides, and of course... matzo ball soup! RSVP on the Facebook Event

  • This Week's Lunch @ Hillel

  • Gift of Life

    Visit the Student Center on Feb 23 or 24 to enter in the National Bone Marrow Donor Registry!

  • Challah For Hunger



    Baking to support those in need. Every Friday of Shabbat at 11:00 AM. Upcoming dates: Feb 12, Feb 26, Mar 11, Apr 1, May 6
  • Lunch @ Hillel, Every Wednesday

  • Avi Interfaith Shabbat- February 12

  • Mindfulness Meditation


    Every Thursday at 6:30. De-stress and plug in! Learn techniques to build concentration and become a more loving person. Led by Rabbi Lee.
  • Ahava (Love) Shabbat: Jan. 29 5:30 PM


    Join us to celebrate Shabbat in the spirit of love. We'll meet at the Cohn for a evening full of the things we all love: good friends, good food, good Shabbos.

  • MLK Jr. Day of Service

    Harness the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and register for the 14th Annual MLK Day of Service. January 18th, 2016 from 9-2 PM. We will be completing service projects at various locations around Portage and Summit counties. www.tinyurl.com/KentMLK2016
  • End of Semester Shabbat

    Your last chance this semester to have Shabbat with your KSU family (and to have Lisa's famous matzah ball soup!
    Social hour starts at 5PM with a White Elephant Gift Exchange ($10 gift limit) and a Hanukkah Fashion Show.
    Graduating seniors and Winter Birthright Israel participants will be honored during our free, delicious meal.

  • Hanukkah at Kent State


    Hanukkah is the week of Dec. 6 and there are great events going on all week at Kent State! All events are free and open to the community. Check it out at, facebook.com/hillelatksu/events

  • Greek Shabbat- Friday December 4, 5:30 pm


    Being Greek at Kent State means a lot of things, and at its core, it means you're part of something bigger than yourself. Hillel at Kent State wants to honor our Greek students for their commitment to community.

    Wear your finest blocks and celebrate Shabbat with your friends. Anyone, regardless of affiliation, is welcome and encouraged to join for singing, a delicious (and free) dinner, and lots of spirit! 

    CHECK OUT THE FACEBOOK EVENT FOR MORE INFORMATION



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