New Square, NY-only 30 miles from New York City, but its Skeverer Hasidic residents are essentially part of another world. The outside world is shunned, and those inside are forbidden from asking questions. Shulem Deen was born into this world, but at age 19, he started questioning everything about it until his faith completely evaporated and he was forced to leave the only world he’s known. All Who Go Do Not Return is an inspiring, heartbreaking, and reflective memoir of a man struggling to stay true to himself.
Join us Tuesday evening at 5:30 PM in Room 132 of Goldwin Smith Hall to hear firsthand about Shulem's journey.
Register for our winter #BigRedBirthright trip now! Trip dates: December 19-31.
Hang with Hillel!
Get to know the Cornell Hillel programming staff all over campus!
Sundays: Join JLIC for brunch and an introductory Talmud class! Students of all levels and backgrounds are invited to participate and encouraged to bring a friend.
Mondays: Start off your week by meeting new friends over board games and food! Have a game you want to teach everyone? Bring it!
Tuesdays: This Week in Jewish History: Come take a dive into the timeline of Am Yisrael and explore various topics about where we were during years past.
Wednesdays: No nonsense; just some Jews talking 'bout the news.
Thursdays: An informal discussion over coffee for all those interested in American and Israeli politics!
Fridays: Practice your Hebrew by reading the lyrics of popular Israeli songs, learn about Israeli culture, and discuss Israeli society with coffee and delicious pastries.
Sarah and Rabbi Daniel Kasdan are the OU-JLIC (Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus) Educators. They are interested in studying with you, either one-on-one (Chavruta) or with you and your friends (Chaburahs).