16May 2018

Towson Hillel welcomed 100 community members May 3 for its annual meeting, which capped off a year of celebrating 20 years at Towson University. The event featured awards, the installation of new Hillel board members, a slideshow retrospective and addresses from Kim Schatzel, president of Towson University, and Linda Hurwitz, chair of the board of […]

25Apr 2018

By: Wade McCartin Photo by Wade McCartin / The Towerlight Members of Towson’s chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity and Towson Hillel remembered the victims of the Holocaust, as well as victims of gun violence and marginalized individuals, during the “Never Again” candlelight vigil on April 12. The vigil coincided with Yom Hashoah, also […]

13Apr 2018

Sticking around for two decades is nothing to sneeze at, but something to roar about — like a tiger. To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Towson University’s Hillel is in the midst of hosting a series of events that are open to students, alumni and the community. “We’re essentially a place that has something for everybody,” […]

16Feb 2018

Leaving Israel was a bittersweet experience. This trip mattered to me in more ways than I can express. Of course, I’m excited to begin my next semester at school but I’m also sad to have left the warm climate, both of the people and of the landscape of Israel. All the amazing, wonderful people that […]

16Feb 2018

post-trip processing, written on the plane ride home somewhere over the atlantic: the power of listening, the power of silence, the power of voices, the power of unity. that’s what i take away from my time in Israel. i have been to Israel before and i will be back again, but this time it felt […]

16Feb 2018

Thank you for taking me on this impactful trip. The most powerful moments on the trip for me was visiting the various holy sites. In these Devine spaces I felt the gravity of the importance these sites have on their respective religions, a feeling I could only of had by being in these places which […]

03Mar 2017

Reverse Mifgash

March 3, 2017

By Lee Cohen Today is one the most exciting days on my Shlichut as an Israel fellow. It all started about 10 years ago, when the younger me got 5 days off from the army to participate in this program named Birthright. Awesome, vacation from the army AND hanging out with those cool American kids […]

27Jan 2017

Welcome Back Shabbat

January 27, 2017

Welcome back to campus, tigers! The semester will soon be back in full swing, and with that let’s celebrate week 1 together as a community with a Shabbat celebration on campus. Below are the details for the evening. LOCATION: West Village Commons Ballroom A TIME: February 3rd, 6pm – Services, 7pm – Dinner Please RSVP […]