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Join RHCIE as we welcome Andrew Gross to Rutgers Hillel. Andrew will be giving an update on the regional situation in Israel, as well as discussing the work that the Israeli Consulate does in the Tri-State area.
Andrew Gross serves as Political Advisor to the Deputy Consul General of Israel in New York. In this role, he is responsible for assisting in the affairs of the Deputy Consul General, conducting research, and advising on political developments in the Tri-State Area. Additionally, Andrew works to maintain lines of communication with key regional stakeholders in order to promote bilateral ties between the United States and the State of Israel.
Contact: Diana Diner
Phone: 732 545 2407
Prayers will be discussed from the perspectives of Conservative, Reform and Orthodox Judaism.
Sponsored by the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2014 AT 7:00 P.M.
Douglass Campus Center, 100 George Street, New Brunswick
The Richard D. Heffner Open Mind Lecture in Communications and Human Values
The legendary “Dr. Ruth” Westheimer grew up in a Swiss orphanage after losing her parents in the Holocaust. She emigrated to Jerusalem, and then to Paris, where she studied and taught psychology. In 1956 she immigrated to New York and in 1980 launched the revolutionary radio program “Sexually Speaking,” which made her a national sensation. She has been an internationally renowned scholar, teacher, and media icon ever since, celebrated for her remarkable life, advice on sex, and famous tag phrase, “Get Some.”
Come learn some Torah in the Beis Medrash!
Come hear a shiur and eat some pizza while Studying With A Group (SWAG)! Every week we have a guest scholar come in to give a Torah class with pizza and open Beit Medrash afterwards! This week’s speaker is Rabbi Chait of Hillel Yeshiva.
test your card skills while eating tons of delicious pilimeni. Are you a durak, or are you the master of the game??
Sam Gluzberg’s apartment – 50 Union Street, Apartment 3A
Please note that the food served at this event is not under the supervision of Rabbi Adam Freiberg and therefore may not be to everyone’s level of kashrut.
Reform Services: 1st floor of 9 Bartlett Street
Conservative Services: 2nd floor of 9 Bartlett Street
Orthodox Services: College Avenue Student Center Graduate Student Lounge (behind Au Bon Pain cafe)
Contact: Seth Deneroff
Contact: Rabbi Adam Frieberg
Enjoy a free, delicious Shabbat lunch at the Frieberg home.
Contact: Sara Frieberg
We will continue our educational theme, “Let’s Talk about Sex Baby” with JTS Intern Katie Greenberg. We will be having a HOT third meal.
We will explore some Talmudic stories and teachings about how the rabbis viewed, taught, and had sex.
Contact: Alex Hamilton
IDF Col. Bentzi Gruber is Vice Commander (reserves) of Division 252, an armored division of 20,000 soldiers and is the founder of “Ethics in the Field” and “Chesed in the Field.”
Col. Gruber takes audiences behind the scenes of the IDF’s daily battle to both sustain national security and uphold one of the most rigorous military codes of ethics in the world today. In a unique multimedia presentation combining classified IDF footage, shocking statistics, and a riveting personal narration, Col. Gruber explores: The dilemmas that IDF commanders face when locating terrorists within a civilian population, the IDF’s unique ethical code, and the IDF’s preventative efforts against terrorist attacks. “Ethics in the Field” is Col. Gruber’s personal initiative to shatter the myths and present the facts that are currently absent in the general discussion of the IDF and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. “Chesed in the Field” engages thousands of IDF soldiers in acts of Chesed and charitable giving and thereby empowers them to maintain their moral compass as they strive to protect the state of Israel.
For more information about Col. Gruber and his initiatives, see www.ethicsinthefield.com.
Presentation for Ages 10+
RABBI PESACH RAYMON YESHIVA
2 HARRISON STREET
EDISON, NEW JERSEY
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Thank you to Harriet and George Blank for generously underwriting this event.
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Join the Reform Jews at Rutgers Hillel for an autumnal outing!
Meet at Hillel (9 Bartlett) at 11am, then we’ll drive together to Giamarese Farms & Orchards.
After we pick plenty of pumpkins, we’ll have lunch nearby (location TBD) before returning to campus.
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The law body of the Conservative movement passed a teshuva, legal opinion, this spring to equally obligate women in all mitzvot. We will talk about what this shift means for us, and speak about how women’s obligation in mitzvot has
shifted and morphed since the start of the Conservative movement.
Along the way we will speak about what this means for us and how women
being equally obligated affects us as men and women.
Contact: Katie Greenberg
Come join us for delicious food and engaging Torah with our very own Sara Frieberg!
Hosted by Ilona Grudnikoff at 58 Huntington.
Contact: Ilona Grudnikoff
Sponsored by the Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life
The 15th Annual
Rutgers Jewish Film Festival
October 29 – November 9, 2014
The Rutgers Jewish Film Festival, sponsored by the Bildner Center, screens award winning international films over the ten-day festival. A broad approach is taken when choosing the films for the Rutgers Festival, offering a slate of critically acclaimed titles that explore the multi-layered, global Jewish experience. Some films tackle uniquely Jewish issues, while others address universal themes through a Jewish lens. With such a diverse selection, the festival draws a wide audience, reaching the region’s Jewish population as well as the Rutgers University community and the general film-going public.
The Bildner Center makes each screening a multidimensional experience by inviting a guest speaker – either the director, a featured actor or a noted expert in the field – to preface each film and then engage in a dialogue with the audience at its conclusion. Year after year, attendees remark that this opportunity to ask the questions raised by these thought-provoking films makes the issues more personally relevant and their film festival participation more meaningful.
Unique, too, is the way the festival not only reaches out to the community, but also gives back to the university by exposing the general student body to these distinctive films. Professors of Jewish Studies and other academic departments at Rutgers are among the speakers invited to introduce the films, and they will often assign related films to their classes. Students also have the opportunity to meet visiting film directors and scholars.
The Film Festival is made possible through the ongoing support of the Karma Foundation. An endowment established by David and Sylvia Steiner sponsors the screening of one special film during the festival each year. Additional sponsors include the Regal Entertainment Group, and a growing list of Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Patrons.
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