Hillel Announces High Holy Days Schedule for 2016

High Holy Days in Aggieland begin on October 2 with Rosh HaShannah services at Hillel. This year, Rabbi Matt Rosenberg is honored to welcome Dr. Keith Paull as our guest cantor for Rosh HaShannah and Yom Kippur services. All High Holy Day services and meals are free for students and …

The Lost and Found “Shalom Y’All Flag”

by Hope Beitchman, Marketing and Communications Intern A 13′ tall flag that read “Shalom Y’all” that once stood proudly outside of Texas A&M Hillel and was stolen on August 24 and was quickly returned, thanks to the power of social media. The flag, designed to welcome back Jewish Aggies as …

Gefilte Fish Camp a Success

Incoming Jewish freshmen at Texas A&M participated in a new Aggie tradition, Gefilte Fish Camp. Held annually by Hillel and Chabad to welcome new Jewish Aggies to the community, the event consisted this year of an afternoon of fun at Lake Bryan. Coby Moscowitz, a freshman from Michigan, reflected on …

Back to School With Hillel

Hillel has a plethora of welcoming activities planned for the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year! Join us for any or all of these events! We can’t wait to see you! Move-In Day BBQ Beat the heat of move-in day as we welcome incoming students and their families on move-in …

Cadets in Israel

Twenty-five Texas A&M cadets in the Corps of Cadets visited Israel in May on the first Corps Israel Excursion. The cadets were joined by Rabbi Matt Rosenberg, Commandant of the Corps of Cadets General Joe Ramirez, and other faculty members for a ten-day trip throughout Israel. This is the first …

Howdy From the AJC Global Forum

A note from Hope Beitchman, Marketing and Communication Intern: Howdy Aggies! Last week I had the opportunity to go to AJC (American Jewish Committee) Global Forum in Washington D.C. with Danielle, Hillel’s student life coordinator. AJC is widely known for their global Jewish advocacy and at the conference we were …