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  • Upcoming Events

    • April 29, 2014
      • A Tribute to Israeli Song

        Time: 7:30 pm-9:00 pm

        Location: Fenway Center 77 St Stephen Street

        Join the Matti Kovler Ensemble to celebrate 5 years at a dessert cabaret! Enjoy the music from local Israeli and Jewish musicians.

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    April 04 at 6:00 pm
    Join us now for Shabbat services and a Kosher for Passover dinner at 7! See you soon!
    April 04 at 11:48 am
    Bagel brunch is at 12:30!!! See you then at Stetson East LLC!!!

    Northeastern Hillel enriches the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Hillel student leaders, professionals and lay leaders are dedicated to creating a pluralistic, welcoming and inclusive environment for Jewish college students, where they are encouraged to grow intellectually, spiritually, and socially.

    Matti Kovler: “A Musical Star on the Rise”

    Read the full Jewish Journal article about Hillel’s artist-in-residence at www.boston.forward.com/articles/183349/a-musical-star-on-the-rise/.

    News@Northeastern Article

    Northeastern hosts newly appointed Israeli consul general


    Taglit-Birthright Israel

    Northeastern’s next Taglit-Birthright Israel trips will be during NU’s upcoming Summer Break in May and August 2014.



    Taglit-Birthright Israel is a FREE 10-day experience of a lifetime. Northeastern Hillel is lucky to provide our own trips every winter and summer!


    Registration will open on:
    February 18th for previous registrants
    February 19th for anyone registering for the first time


    Pre-register here for Summer 2014 trip updates!


    General NU Birthright Info session: Thursday, February 20th at 7 pm in 305 Shillman Hall!


    Click here to learn more or email Ariel at neuisraelprograms@gmail.com today!


    Northeastern Hillel has teamed up with Awesome Israel to experience the awesome adventure of Israel from the inside, through the eyes and hearts of Israeli peers. Travel for 10-days with Israeli friends and staff who share the beauty, excitement and complexities of their country with you. Meet with Israeli figures that are shaping Israel today. Hike in spectacular nature areas of Israel. From a meeting with residents of the Golan, to Bedouin hospitality in the desert, to an archeological dig, from the liveliness of Tel Aviv, to the diversity and spirituality of Jerusalem, experience the history, the vibrancy and the challenges of Modern Israel. Make lifelong Israeli and American friends and have lots of fun.


    For information about the upcoming winter break trip, email Ariel at: NeuIsraelPrograms@gmail.com.

    Northeastern Statement

    Northeastern Hillel commends Northeastern University for publicly denouncing the American Studies Association’s boycott of Israeli Universities.


    In 2007, when an academic boycott against Israel surfaced in Britain, more than three hundred American universities signed a petition to express solidarity with Israeli academic institutions.


    Northeastern Hillel applauds Northeastern University for demonstrating a firm commitment to academic freedom in releasing the following statement on December 29th, 2013:


    “Academic boycotts are antithetical to the core values of educational institutions, which are committed to the free exchange of ideas. Political differences indeed heighten, not diminish, the importance of unfettered discourse among scholars.”


    “At Northeastern, we are proud of our research and experiential learning collaborations with universities around the world. Currently, faculty at Northeastern have strong research partnerships with Israeli universities. These collaborations will continue unabated.”

    Hillel News

    Check out our upcoming programs to the right. Events include Shabbat dinners, bagel brunches, and outdoors club events!

    Build relationships. Connect to Jewish life. Create meaningful Jewish opportunities. Are you a social butterfly? We’re looking to enhance Jewish life on campus by working with a small cohort of students who genuinely enjoy meeting new people and helping them get connected. You don’t need to be “religious” to apply–we’re seeking a diverse range of experiences for our engagement interns! Students selected to kick off this fun, new initiative will be reaching out and meeting with Jewish students on campus, learning about students’ interests, and creating meaningful Jewish opportunities, as defined by the participants themselves! Contact Michelle for more information or sign up here.

    Click here to read Northeastern’s article At Israeli consulate, alum helps cultivate relationships.


    Click here to read the most recent Hillel Happenings newsletter.


    View photos from our recent events here.


    Are you a Northeastern Parent or Alumni? Parents, stay connected with us here to know what’s happening at Hillel. Alumni, stay connected here to find out what we have planned for you!


    Sign up for our Mentor Program. Tell us a bit about yourself and we’ll pair you up with a great community member.


    Want a cool Northeastern shirt in Hebrew?


    Have an event that needs a space? Use Hillel!


    Check out our scholarships page to see if you are eligible to apply!



    What’s Happening on Campus

    Want to rush a Jewish fraternity? Check out AEPi’s events.


    Love Israel? Learn about Huskies For Israel.

    Community News

    Interested in learning Torah? Check out Tuesday Torah Cafe at The Chai Center.


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