In the past few years, we have seen a massive growth in the use of social media; what was started off by a bunch of Harvard students has now become the mammoth Facebook with almost 1.2 billion users. Many organisations have been using social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter in order to…Details
A few months before Pesach last year, Noah Nathan (my housemate at the time) suggested that it might be a nice idea to run a Seder for students who might not know where to go for Seder night, were new to the area, had never attended a Seder night before, or who felt uncomfortable at…Details
This week on Shabbat we read one of the famous stories about our forefather Abraham. As he was sitting in his tent, he saw three strangers walking by; he got up, rushed towards them and invited them into his home. He insisted on giving them water, washing their feet and feeding them with the finest…Details
We’ve just uploaded out new post to the Jewish Chronicle website. Read it at: http://www.thejc.com/campus/campus-comment/110345/building-a-jewish-community-campus.
Remember to let us know if you, or someone you know, is interested in hosting Shabbat meals on campus in order to help transform the Jewish student community.
Hello everyone. This is my first post on The Shabbat Project blog and hopefully the first of many. Hoping to bring you insightful ideas about community building, awesome stories from The Shabbat Project meals and lots of other cool and interesting stuff. Stay posted!